When many people think of improv, Drew Carey’s “Whose Line Is It?” or Second City may come to mind. But the rules of improv can be practical, powerful and fun “tools” for generating ideas, unlocking frozen brains, and giving a lift to our teams and workplaces.
Improvisation and collaboration workshop:
A a half- or full-day session for an organization or a conference about creating better communication, hearing creative ideas from unlikely sources, and having more productive meetings and workplaces.
While this session will be active and fun, it is not about comedy. People will spend some time getting to know each other, but there will be an emphasis on using improv techniques to improve morale, listening, brainstorming, communication and creativity in the workplace.How can improv fit your event? Contact me for more info.