Once called a cross between The Office, The Capitol Steps, and Modern Family, The Water Coolers is a singing comedy act that uses top NY talent to answer the question “does this stuff happen to anyone else?”
We made our New York club debut in 2000 and followed that two years later with a smash engagement Off-Broadway in 2002, produced by one of the producers of HAIRSPRAY, SPAMALOT, and THE PRODUCERS. The Water Coolers recently received our second Spotlight Award for Entertainment of the Year, making us one of only 3 acts to be awarded this honor twice. In addition to a packed special events schedule, we continue to tour our constantly updated act at performing arts centers around the U.S. and the world. We recently made our Asian debut at Singapore’s prestigous Drama Centre.
Messages can include:
The fundamental difference between personal and team performance and how the two relate.
A single powerful choice that elevates team performance, builds confidence, and breaks down ego-driven barriers. All in one, easy-to-implement technique.
Three simple rules of engagement that unleash the creative process and instantly create a forward-looking, positive dynamic in work processes.
How to detach from constant stimulation in order to achieve real results.
A three-part strategy to focus your personal energy.
A simple analysis that demystifies how great stories grip us (that you can use to keep your team engaged).
How to create a safe risk so you stay open to innovation.
Three techniques to grab an audience with your message – Life’s a pitch. Whether you’re a manager getting your team excited about a new project or a salesperson pitching a client, you’re trying to get buy in and motivate action.
The Water Coolers
How to detach from constant stimulation in order to achieve real results
How to create a safe risk so you stay open to innovation
We are enjoying rave reviews from enthusiastic and engaged attendees… I don’t know HOW you create such topical and timely material that speaks to the heart of the ABWA member experience, but I’m grateful that you do!