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Bob Delbecque

Bob Delbecque

Your company court jester
Languages : English, Dutch, German, French

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Bob Delbecque roams across Europe and performs in four languages (Dutch, French, English and German). He addresses the heart of every individual.
Standard comic monologue: 'Laugh yourself to death and live longer'. Spectacular comic monologue about the sense and nonsense of humour (45 minutes). Humour in your (business) life, humour to make difficult things easier, humour in training, humour versus health. Bob plays a Belgian who travels through Europe and compares Dutch, French,
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Bob Delbecque roams across Europe and performs in four languages (Dutch, French, English and German). He addresses the heart of every individual.
Standard comic monologue: 'Laugh yourself to death and live longer'. Spectacular comic monologue about the sense and nonsense of humour (45 minutes). Humour in your (business) life, humour to make difficult things easier, humour in training, humour versus health. Bob plays a Belgian who travels through Europe and compares Dutch, French, English and German humour. Customised business monologue. One man show with a laugh and a tear (1 hour). The participants are standing in front of their distorting mirror, laughing and thinking They don't realise it, but the court jester of your company passes on serious information. All noses are pointing in the same direction again, batteries are charged and everybody is a 100% involved again. General mobilisation of enterprises undergoing a merger or change process. 'How do we bring the management and the work force closer together?' In the presence of all staff members and co-workers Bob interviews the members of the board, department heads/managers on the feasibility of the strategic plan/change programme. In between short motivation spurs. It's all about quality, flexibility, 'the client pays your salary', listening, team work. The result: no more lengthy monologues and boring slide shows. Attention and participation of the audience are guaranteed. The 'mayonnaise' sticks.
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