Our workshops help people with communication skills such as beating anxiety, conversation and body language as well as more advanced areas like being more witty, fast thinking and persuasive.
This is to help people with any social situation such as making new friends, dating, work politics, reading people and dealing with bullying as well as many more areas.
We believe this is important for society as it is not taught in schools and people often fall behind in this area. Especially in a time where smart phones rule the world and people are more anxious and unsociable than ever, we have developed a way to coach people to become better and more confident at these important skills in the fastest and most healthy way possible.
Our workshops are also a great place to make friends! We are after all working on communication skills.
We run weekly workshops on different aspects of human interaction in order to help people to overcome shyness, making friends, being a better communicator and reader of other people.
Since the advent of technology the world is a more unhappy and isolated place than ever, by connecting people and making the world a more social place, and improving people’s social skills this makes a better world for us all to live in.
Social skills are a vital aspect of human life and are paramount to success in almost any field. Many people struggle in this area yet there is a lack of education in this sphere.
Social and communication skills are the most prized and sought after from all employers, not to mention essential to build a social life. An ability to connect, build rapport and communicate will bring your life to the next level.
The movement is also great way of meeting new people and practicing the skills taught in the workshops.
The workshops are held both in person in central London and online over video call for those who live in other places. Follow us on Meetup and Eventbrite via the links provided at the bottom of the page for more details.
What topics are covered in the Workshops?
- How to never run out of things to say
- Body Language
- Overcoming shyness
- Developing humour and quick thinking
- How to initiate interactions with new people
- How to create deeper conversation and build rapport
- Creating or joining a social circle
- Job interview preparation
- Public speaking
- Debating skills