Member profile at Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce
Joyce A. Tinnion Productions
Joyce Tinnion invites Chamber members to think differently. Sometimes nudging people outside their comfort zone actually makes them feel more capable, confident, and creative. Joyce Tinnion, founder of Joyce A. Tinnion Productions, does just that, through Speech Coaching, and Improvisational Theatresports.
Theatresports is used for team building. Joyce orchestrates self-empowering exercises to promote collaboration, and create stronger dynamics in a group. The sometimes silly interactions resonate with participants, and usually leaves them laughing, and bonding with their cohorts. Employers love it because staff become more connected, innovative, and productive.
Her Speech Coaching service is focused on giving individuals one-on-one attention rather than in a group setting. Many clients are simply people who are too shy to speak in front of a group, even to their employees and colleagues. With Joyce’s help, clients become aware of how they sound, and what they look like. They leave with more poise and confidence in their overall communications abilities.
Both services evolved from Joyce’s teaching background in English and theatre, and her experience in stage productions and other media. A founding member of Vancouver Women in Film and Video, she also worked with great writers and actors at CBC radio and television, and directed large musical theatre productions.
Joyce invites Nanaimo Chamber members to think differently about their business team, and how they can make them more effective. Theatresports is different, and unusual, and it brings results for a more cohesive staff.
Speech Coaching can help someone overcome public speaking shyness, or can be tailored for support on a specific speech, or important presentation, even an elevator pitch.
Contact Joyce Tinnion, at Joyce A. Tinnion Productions, and learn the power of team building and speech skill development. Call 250-468-1565, or visit her website at www.joycetinnionproductions.ca.
Written by Bonnie Chomica http://marketingdonewrite.ca/