People suppose that improv is for
comedy -- and it is, of course. Improv, though, also teaches skills that are valuable
in many areas, especially business. Improv is ideal for leadership training, management
training, even avoiding workplace harassment.
We craft improv exercises, roleplay and games to coach you on skills such as teamwork,
decision making, communication -- any skill your organization needs to improve.
See the word cloud on our home page for just some of the most important skills
that every organization should have in order to function.
YOU GUYS DIFFERENT?
Certainly, there are many great training programs
out there. We pride ourselves on employing years of management experience in our
leadership coaching. Wherever you are and whatever problems you are wrestling
with, chances are we've been there.
WHAT'S SO SPECIAL ABOUT IMPROV?
The improv exercises we use in our training place participants into an
environment that mimics the ideal workplace environment: communicative, supportive,
positive. This environment allows those participants to be confident, flexible,
adaptable, focused, and team oriented.
exercises and role-play scenarios let participants relax and have fun and become
less self-conscious. This way they learn.
DO I KNOW IT FITS MY NEEDS?
We listen to you and, if you want, to your
staff. We study your organization. We craft the workshops exactly to your needs,
whether it is just manager training, a specific we department, or your whole staff.
Before we ever begin, we show you what skills our coaching will enhance and exactly
HOW CAN IMPROV HELP US AVOID WORKPLACE HARASSMENT?
Several ways. First, through roleplay and games, your staff can learn the kinds
of behavior that are disrespectful, inappropriate or even illegal. Second, improv
fosters respect and a supportive workplace environment. Also, we have used improv
to teach the proper responses to all kinds of harassment. .
and Comedy Can Infuse Companies With an Inventive Spirit,” July 2014
Improv Comedy Skills Became a Must-Have for Entrepreneurs,” March 2014
Improv Training is Great Business Training,” June 2014
Company article, “It’s
Not Quite Funny Or Die, But Improv Works To Fuel Powerful Innovation,” April