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Join master Argentine tango teacher Pablo Pugliese, presentation and career coach Nancy Ancowitz, author and leadership expert Michele Wucker, and special guest Rebecca Shulman for the New York City launch of this two-hour workshop teaching leadership and teamwork lessons drawn from the Argentine tango, followed by a tango performance and networking reception.

OVERVIEW

Tango for Leaders is designed to benefit participants with varying levels of dance training, from zero to advanced.

No dance experience or partner is required.

  • Tango for Leaders helps participants to develop:                     

  • Leadership skills and strategies

  • Team dynamics

  • Self-confidence

  • Communication skills

  • Negotiation skills   

  • Adaptability                            

You must purchase tickets online; they will not be available at the door. To purchase tickets, please go here: http://ow.ly/xWMr30l779u

The two-hour workshop begins at 4 pm, followed by an informal reception and performance from 6 to 7 pm

All genders are welcome. Tango for Leaders is consistent with the best tango studios, where beginning students learn both leader and follower roles, regardless of gender.

Attire is as you wish, but be sure to bring comfortable, clean, smooth-soled shoes (no tennis shoes or rubber grips, please).

FAQ:

Do participants need dance experience?

No dance experience is required. Tango for Leaders is designed to benefit participants with varying levels of dance training, from zero to advanced.

Do participants need a partner?

Participants do not need partners. A significant part of the learning experience comes from changing partners throughout the course of the workshop.

Does this workshop require equal numbers of men and women?

Exercises are gender neutral so any gender mix will work. Tango for Leaders is consistent with the best tango studios, where beginning students learn both leader and follower roles.

Isn’t the tango a bit, well, racy for the workplace?

The Argentine tango as a social dance has more in common with a respectful two-way conversation than with the flashy show version you’re probably thinking of from stage and film. Tango for Leaders uses a non-threatening “practice” dance position for trust and communication exercises that are as comfortable as the more commonly used Trust Walk, Human Knot, or Circle of Friends team-building games.

How can something as nonverbal as the tango help leaders, who largely communicate verbally?

Tango helps you to home in on cues and become more aware of the messages you're sending as a leader, thus building your leadership and communication skills.

JOIN US

Pablo Pugliese          Argentine Tango Teacher

 
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Michele Wucker Leadership Expert; CEO, Gray Rhino & Company

 
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Nancy Ancowitz      Presentation and Career Coach, Author

 
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Rebecca Shulman
Argentine Tango Teacher
Special Guest


 

 
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Analisa Leonor Balares
CEO & Chief Innovation Officer
Womensphere
 

 
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William Robalino
Managing Director of Business Development
ASCENDO New York