The problem: we've become a tonedeaf society. Considering all the ways we have to communicate, we have lost the ability to listen. Improving with Improv helps you become a better listener. A more creative and critical thinker. A more productive and more valuable contributer. It all starts with better, more focused listening and the Improving with Improv workshop.
Improving with Improv uses improv comedy techniques, but has nothing to do with turning anyone into a comedian, or having to be funny. And everything to do with helping turn people into better listeners, thinkers, communicators, team members and leaders. You learn to see with your ears and listen with your eyes. Here’s a quick overview:
Participants receive new tools to help:
Turn negatives into positives
Communicate much more clearly
Enhance listening skills
Find common ground with people you have to work with even though you can't stand them
React appropriately to the unexpected
Find new ways to get on the same page with people you've never worked with before
Find new ways of thinking when it comes to problem solving
Be the headlight. Not the deer.
How many times something been said, you're asked a question and then you feel like that deer in the headlight? Improving with Improv -- with its listening, processing and personal interactivity exercises -- can keep you from answering, "Huh?" And instead answer thoughtfully, insightfully and effectively.
Where can Improving with Improv techniques help you?