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Toronto lawyers do improv to help with their communication skills

Toronto lawyers learn skills from the strange and wonderful world of The PIT Improv Workshops. Moaning, funny walks, strange situations: tools to help communicate.



The Newbie Integration Workshop

New Employee Assimilation 

“It’s easy to get good players. 

Getting them to play together, that’s the hard part.”

~Casey Stengel


Intimidated and shy are no way to begin a career, and when “time equals money,” the corporate world cannot wait three to six months for new hires to mix with the team.  Learn strategies, exercises and techniques that will instantly integrate and unite even a room of strangers.  This workshop can either be structured for groups of new employees, or it can be organized with both new and current employees to create instant support among the green and the seasoned.



The Number One Fear Workshop

Public Speaking and Presentation Skills 

“People’s number one fear is public speaking.  Death is number two…If you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”

~Jerry Seinfeld


Above poverty and even death, public speaking is ranked as the number one fear of most people.  We are conditioned to constantly be concerned with how we appear and what people think of us, and we often find ourselves in situations where we must speak in front of an audience.  Whether your team uses speaking opportunities to generate business, deliver presentations, pitch an idea, or earn a living through speaking, this workshop will give them the strength to tackle the world’s number one most crippling fear.  Learn how to think quickly on your feet, answer questions on the fly, and speak with confidence and poise.