It’s no secret.
Applied improvisation training is sweeping the business world. With headlines like Forbes‘ Why Improv Training is Great Business Training” and Inc. Magazine’s “Companies use improv exercises to boost collaboration and creativity”, it’s clear organizations have identified the value of applied improv. But what makes it valuable? Shouldn’t improv be for funny people who think lightning-fast on their feet?
Improv is founded on the same skills that empower any successful business or organization: innovation, creativity, collaboration, and communication.
Being funny is absolutely not necessary!