You Go,
Me Go

A workshop that delves into the subtle nuances of verbal and nonverbal communication. From the basics of water cooler talk to the emotional intelligence skills that effect the bottom line. Tailored for the benefit of your sales teams, customer service departments, seasoned organization or growing company. This workshops promises a deeply enjoyable experience surrounding a skill that can be so intimidating.

Trust Falls Hurt

Trust falls not only hurt, they occasionally maim; which is why this workshop employs much more effective and subtle means for building your team. By using the world renowned team building techniques of improv comedy, this workshop harnesses the power of play to attain its aims. A medium so powerful that participants often wonder how the day went so very quickly and leaders to wonder why they hadn’t done it before.

Ugh, might as well…

If change were easy, this workshop wouldn’t exist. But as creatures of habit, when something doesn’t follow our established patterns we often crumble. This is a workshop that redefines change, redefines how we look at change, identifies tangible techniques for becoming a master of change and empowers each and every team member to bring their greatest strengths to the table. A workshop that makes change another member of the team instead of an every present adversary.


Why think just outside of the box when you can think beyond the box that the box came in? In this workshop you’ll use harness the tenants of forward thinking, creative enablement, improvisation and acceptance to not only shake off the mental blockers that keep us from our most creative but explode right by them. A workshop that uses the greatest strengths of every available teammate to topple and best even your most cemented problems.

Let’s talk about how each of these themes can be customized to your unique organizational challenges:

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“The word I would use to describe Pat is Joyful. Yes, he’s funny, engaging and insightful. Yes, he makes sometimes dry and boring stuff much easier to swallow… Pat navigates with honesty and sincerity…”

Craig Leffel, Big Spoon Industries

“Some people have something about them that makes you like them instantly, and whatever it is Pat has it in spades. I’ve never seen someone so positive and charismatic. Pat could make watching paint dry entertaining.”

Logan Hall, Optimus

“When Pat Dwyer was in the room, people were listening. The audience was along for the ride from start to finish, loving the journey every minute.”

“An immediate fan favorite.”

Josh Breit, Schneider National

“Pat is captivating and hilarious! He is great at bringing humor to AND seeing the humor in all situations.”

Amanda Hardesty, H|D & Co.

“Pat may be the most watchable person I’ve ever seen. I was amazed at how Pat would engage an audience member’s comment or suggestion, give it full attention, then weave it right back into the direction of the presentation.”

Zach Thompson, Winston & Strawn LLP

“Pat’s ability to improvise and make changes on the spot were so very important …Not one person knew that things did not go on as planned, but it was determined that, with Pat’s help, the sessions went even BETTER than originally planned.”

“Pat has an infectious energy that lights up a room when he is presenting…He takes a very professional approach to everything he does, but he also carries a tremendous sense of humor…”

Doug Cochrane, GrubHub

“Pat could walk into any room and put everyone at ease, make them laugh, and get them talking to each other. He would be a great addition to any event.”

Ryan McClelland, Morningstar

“Pat Dwyer’s energy is simply infectious. Disarming yet alarmingly charming, he is exactly the kind of person you want to help you break down barriers and ramp up communication (and fun!).”

Brian Huyvaert, Longwood University