A customizable skill-building experience based on the foundations of improv that helps your team with innovation, collaboration, and thinking quickly on their feet.
What to expect
In most cases, lasting approximately two hours (with flexibility as needed), your team will engage in a series of enriching group activities meticulously tailored to address your team's unique requirements, such as conflict resolution exercises.
Our collaborative approach ensures that each participant feels secure and respected throughout the session. Beyond the interactive group activities, thoughtful discussions will center around the skills being reinforced and their practical application in the workplace.
This comprehensive session aims to not only enhance teamwork but also to provide valuable insights that directly translate to improved performance within your organization.
How it can help
Fostering team connectedness is a cornerstone of our approach, directly contributing to enhanced employee retention within your organization. The skills acquired during our sessions extend beyond the activities themselves, demonstrating notable transferability to the workplace.
Expect improvements in communication, active listening, creative brainstorming, and an overall positive impact on workplace culture.
This commitment to professional development not only showcases leadership's investment in employees but also emphasizes a genuine appreciation for their unique contributions.
"By applying improv techniques in their teams, leaders can help everyone have more fun and encourage more creative ideas. Everyone will feel heard — and believe that working on a team is better than going it alone." (Harvard Business Review)
"According to a 2020 study published in the journal Thinking Skills and Creativity, researchers found that doing just 20 minutes of improv can increase creativity, well-being and our ability to tolerate uncertainty." (NPR - Life Kit)
"Professional success often rests on the same pillars that form the foundation of great comedy improv: Creativity, Communication, and Collaboration." (Yes, And: How Improvisation Reverses "No, But" Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration)