The originality of this course comes from the music metaphor of conducting an orchestra and practicing music together.
See how an orchestra works, analyzing the role of the conductor and the interactions among the musicians are new ways to see leadership and team working from a different prospective, pointing out the analogies between orchestras and companies.
The oneness of the course comes from Giorgio Fabbri's professional experience, at the same time musician, orchestra conductor, artistic director, manager, university professor and business trainer.
During the course participants will experience the mechanisms of music ensembles, pointing out analogies and differences with regard to professional action, applying the best practices of music and orchestra conducting.
Hundreds of scientific studies show the long term benefits of music on cognitive skills and basic social functions like communication, coordination, cooperation, social cohesion, contact and empathic sharing.
During the course participants will be able to experience in an experiential way the mechanisms
underway in playing music together, identifying similarities and differences compared to the professional action, and transferring to the latter the good practices found in musical practice ensemble and orchestra conducting.
Hundreds of scientific studies demonstrate the long-term benefits that the practice of music
produces on cognitive skills and basic social functions, including communication, coordination, cooperation, social cohesion, the contact and the empathic sharing.