Emma Gersch Training
COACHING- TRAINING - ROLE-PLAY
Thanks for visiting me, and welcome!
I am a coach, trainer and teacher, and have blended my experience as a theatre director and creative practitioner to be able to offer a unique range of services. My aim is to empower and enhance individuals, groups and organisations in the realm of interpersonal and collaborative skills.
All of my work originates from the same essence; that the human story always comes first. Whether
I am facilitating business training, coaching an individual or directing actors in a rehearsal room, the core of my practice is the same; by listening and empathising deeply, I am able to enable people to become the best version of themselves. Drawing on my skills as a coach, theatre-maker, mediator and teacher has allowed me to become highly adaptive to a variety of situations and contexts. I feel incredibly fortunate that in the space of the same week, I may be facilitating role-play training for paramedics, life coaching a person struggling to make a complex life decision or leading performance practice workshops on the stage of Shakespeare’s Globe. It is this fluidity and interchangeability of my skills and experience that has allowed to me to develop a unique portfolio and skill set.
You might like to take a look at the work I do as a theatre director, please check out www.movingstories.org.uk I’m currently engaged in creative work with our ‘Band of Mothers’ which seeks harness the creative power of motherhood, and allow it to inform our creative work, with wonderful support from Shakespeare's Globe: https://www.instagram.com/bandofmothers_artistmothers/
Please do drop me a line to see if we might work together. I offer a totally bespoke service when I create a training or coaching workshop. So let’s talk…
I've just finished running a Shakespeare workshop for the Growing Studio USA: " Thank you for stoking my Shakespeare fire and for creating such a safe and encouraging environment. Your class was absolutely a bright light in what has been an otherwise dark time, and I’m very grateful."