Theatre in Relationships

One of the fundamental insights that emerges from a “CorporateTheatre” workshop is that true and fulfilling relationships are possible only between ‘Actors’ and not between ‘Characters’.

As characters we take on rigid patterns of behaviour, hierarchy, and conflict – King, Slave, Assassin, Victim, Oppressor, Oppressed, Deceiver, Deceived, etc. Even so, while the hierarchy and conflict of the characters are essential to the play and deeply respected, there is no hierarchy or confrontation at the level of the actor. Each actor is doing their best to make every other actor’s performance also effective and convincing. The play is a typical example of collective success, when the audience gets up and gives you a standing ovation.

This has great significance in our life’s relationships too.  Read More…

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The Simplicity of Excellence – Interconnected, Interdependent Behavioural Dynamics

In his landmark book, “Good to Great”, Jim Collins highlights a very important thought. Great Organizations that have achieved greattransformations and delivered great performances, did not do so by doing highly specialised and complex things in terms of strategy and planning.  Instead, they achieved what they did by following and implementing simple, timeless, and fundamental principles of collective human behaviour.   Read More…
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