Group training is a great way to learn. Working together we can learn from each other as we move towards our shared future goals. It is also a way individuals can improve without always being the centre of attention. Quiet improvement I call it.
Watching each other and giving positive feedback is a way of learning not only for the speaker but also for the viewer. So the group moves forward together.
Usually presentations and speeches are the biggest concern - body language, vocal issues, structure of a presentations, the shoulds and should nots of talking in front of a group of people.
Sir John Gielgud, the venerable actor once said about rehearsal:
” It’s alright to be not very good when you practise, you will get better”
This is very much stepping out of your comfort zone, something we all need to do to develop.
Groups can be any number up to 10 in a class.