Using professional real-players in a learning environment is a powerful tool for raising awareness and managing sensitive workplace topics.
Real-players are professional actors with facilitation and coaching experience who can enable delegates to test their ability to manage colleagues, customers or clients and to deal with difficult conversations in a safe and supportive environment.
Encouraging individuals to influence and suggest different outcomes of a situation through the interaction with real-life characters enables them to experience the positive and negative impact of behaviours and language. In the real world, we often only have one chance to get it right.
Forum theatre can be used to tackle a multitude of situations that can be difficult to address or talk about, such as promoting respectful behaviours, mitigating unconscious bias, discrimination and harassment and creating an inclusive corporate culture.
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