Role Play Acting & Training
We facilitate role play sessions with specially trained actors and industry experts, so you can simulate the training scenarios you need without the hassle of sourcing, coordinating, and managing a small army of talent.
Our standard corporate role play scenarios map onto the most common challenges professionals face. Whether it’s opening lines, asking for the money, or fielding the hard questions, we have a role play scenario to address it.
Business conversations happen in a variety of environments - role plays have to as well. Our clients rely on us to recreate their business conditions with the following format options.
Video conferences are very effective for simulating live meetings and can be conducted individually or in small groups.
1Gbps Fibre Broadband
Ultra-HD videoconferencing camera
In-person role play enables the client to benefit from both verbal and non-verbal communication, thus allowing for the most productive role play session.
Dress appropriate to the situation
Sound and seating arrangements appropriate to the actual environment
Ultra-HD recording camera
Phone calls are most conducive to 1-1 role plays, but can also be conducted in small groups in specific circumstances.
Both Direct Fixed Line & VOIP (based on connection quality)
State-of-the-art noise-cancelling headphones
After initial success, you will be ready to really dig into specific role play work with us. Investing in more challenging and focused techniques will help you level-up the experience.
How good was your role play? We put a number on it. You receive a SAGE Score: a personal benchmark to measure ongoing progress. We also give qualitative notes, so you know where to focus your development efforts.
The SAGE Score
The SAGE Score is determined according to a role player's performance in 3 metrics:
We observe the environment and surrounding elements of the role play.
We take note of specific facts, figures, phrases, and choice of words that were either ineffective or worked particularly well.
We look for stylistic cues such as body language, tonality, and voice intonations.
Additionally, consolidated feedback forms are provided to team managers/leadership when working with larger groups.