GETTING TO GREAT PERFORMANCE
Imagine a keynote that completely engages your audience, pumps the room full of energy and delivers relevant, easy-to-apply tips on how to knock down barriers that stand between you and top-level performance. Well, you don’t have to imagine. The award-winning singing ...
Imagine a keynote that completely engages your audience, pumps the room full of energy and delivers relevant, easy-to-apply tips on how to knock down barriers that stand between you and top-level performance. Well, you don’t have to imagine. The award-winning singing comedy act, The Water Coolers, can deliver it right now.
They combine insights from two places: their writing team — which includes both business people and professional comedy writers; and their cast members — performers who compete and win in the most competitive market in the country, New York City. Together, they convey a fresh, unique, authentic perspective about achieving and maintaining peak performance in today’s world.
The result? High-energy, crazy-great singing and hilarious, relatable comedy that brings smart content to life. Using song parodies and sketch comedy, they keep attendees howling with laughter and self-recognition. This is what makes content stick. Really stick.
Attendees will take away techniques in 3 areas.
Facing the fear that blocks innovation. Customer expectations are changing every day. You need to innovate to meet them and that means overcoming the fear of putting yourself on the line. As NYC-based performers, The Water Coolers spend their lives on the line and share tips to maintain the confidence to deliver.
Unguarded, trust-based collaboration – the kind that reaches a creative level. You hear a lot about collaboration, but true collaboration needs to rise above the respectful exchange of ideas to ignite a creative process where ideas feed off of on another. As a nationally recognized comedy act, The Water Coolers team is constantly building this dynamic and will share some of the techniques they use to do it.
Focus in a time of unparalleled distraction. Got a great idea and ready to make the magic? Wait, your phone is ringing. Hold on, your 12-year old is sending you a text (that you can’t decipher). Wow. Does anyone know how long it takes for 137 emails to drop in? Focus is fundamental to a great performance. Come behind the scenes with these seasoned NYC pros to learn about the tools they use to get in the zone and stay there.