When someone needs to work on speaking and presentation skills, or wants a dynamic team building experience using theatre workshops, Joyce Tinnion of Joyce A Tinnion Productions draws on her extensive theatre and teaching background to support her clients’ needs.
So many people are afraid of speaking in public. Joyce helps to relieve that stress by building her clients’ confidence to create powerful presentations, including script development and rehearsal with gestures, stance, and vocal variation. Even the most experienced speakers do better with Joyce’s support, receiving a professional critique to improve their speech delivery and effectiveness.
On the team building front, Joyce’s theatre workshops provide big value to improve employee collaboration, creativity, and confidence. Rather than ‘performance’ activities, Joyce uses interesting exercises in a relaxed, non-threatening way. They are easy to do, fun, with no experience necessary. Ideal for an employer with twelve or more staff looking for a unique way to improve employee effectiveness, Joyce guarantees that laughter will be involved. She promotes that laughter improves the immune system which can contribute to less time off work.
Joyce Tinnion is a teacher and director and loves to see when people improve and get stronger. After working with her, clients are optimistic and full of positive energy. With a BA from UBC with a double major in English and Theatre, Joyce has enjoyed a 25-plus year teaching career, plus extensive experience in directing and producing large theatre productions. While in Vancouver she worked for 9 years with CBC Vancouver radio and television productions, and has recently work on the Chesapeake Shores television production with casting support and as a background performer and crew member.
Joyce invites Chamber Members to contact her for a free consultation to learn more about how theatre workshops can improve their team, and for speech improvement support to become a more effective leader and communicator.
Written by Bonnie Chomica