Workshops for teams
PlayTime: 2–3 hours
This energising session is the perfect workshop to develop your team’s Communication and Creativity.
Laughter is the perfect medium and will establish immediate engagement and rapport. It relieves stress and provides an injection of morale to galvanise everyone to work together and create a positive team atmosphere.
Using play, clown and improvisation techniques, your team will learn how to:
Connect with their audience
PlayTime also works as an ice-breaker session at conferences and exhibitions and can add light relief to longer training sessions and meetings.
PlayDay: 5–6 hours
An interactive team building day packed with exercises and games from comedy improvisation to clowning. This workshop mixes spontaneity and freedom and explores how improvisation, playfulness and creativity can be used in the workplace.
PlayDay use exercises and collaborative techniques to facilitate sharing common goals and developing trust. Our methods build stronger working relationships, improve communication within the team, and sharpen the skills of each participant. The day can focus on group bonding with facilitated discussions where sensitive issues can be explored in a safe and creative approach.
With the PlayDate workshop you will get the PlayTime programme, plus:
Extensive techniques for breaking out of unresourceful habits and patterns
‘Making your Teammate Look Good’ - learning to support, trust and celebrate each other
Strategies for dealing with your challenges in communication
Understanding the impact of sharing responsibility and building strong connections in your work environment
Learning how to feel comfortable in being uncomfortable,
How to accept and build on ideas and to find the pleasure in our work.
PlayWell: 2–3 hours
A workshop created with the guidance of Emma Reynolds, Head of Learning and Development at Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England.
MHFA England delivers training courses that teach members of the public how to help a person who may be developing a mental health issue, experiencing a worsening of an existing mental health issue or in a mental health crisis. Like traditional first aid, Mental Health First Aid does not teach people to treat or diagnose mental health or substance use conditions. Instead, the training teaches people how to offer initial support until appropriate professional help is received or until the crisis resolves.
Now a trained Mental Health First Aider, Lauren has created a fun and informative workshop to help continue the conversation about the importance of Mental Wellbeing. Through improvisation and clowning games, the workshop will help to understand and encourage conversation around causes, symptoms, and possible support options for a range of mental health issues.
Your trainer, Lauren silver, has over 12 years of experience training and facilitating.
She uses improvisational and playful performance techniques to enhance skills in creativity, confidence, communication and collaboration; creating a positive and productive working environments for the corporate and freelance industries.
She is passionate about helping people bring play into their everyday!
To chat about bringing PlaySeries to your workplace or to find out more information, please get in touch.