Improvisational training offers multiple benefits for individuals and organizations
Think on your feet
Improve social interaction with others; think on your feet better than before and become more present.
Free yourself of limitations
Free inner tensions and limitations, thereby fostering creativity and innovation.
Creative problem solving
Enhance creativity by engaging the right side of the brain through improvisational practices. Uncover new approaches to habitual actions.
Enhanced Public Speaking Skills
Get experience performing in front of others. Become more comfortable speaking in public.
Better listening skills
Develop deep listening skills which is one of the fundamental aspects of improv. Learn to better understand better what a client or a partner is saying.
Create a cohesive and cooperative exchange with others. Understand how to collaborate with others much more easily.
Keep a group or individual engaged
Enhance your ability to maintain eye contact and to properly observe feelings of others. Learn how to better connect and engage with others.
Learn to build trust with others as well as within oneself. Practice connection and teamwork with fellow workshop participants.
Enhance flexibility and adaptability
Practice being at ease in uncomfortable situations. Become more confident to engage in various conversations with more flexibility.
Grow more attuned to agreement and expansion. Learn to cultivate an environment that is positive and inspiring for the employees.
Discover hidden talents
Uncover previously hidden parts of yourself by allowing the practice of improv to take you places that are often not explored in normal life.
Develop comfort in discomfort
Learn to be at ease in oftentimes uncomfortable conversations or awkward silences. Practice deep listening, trust and patience, and respond only with meaningful, thoughtful communication.
Improved social interaction
Unlock tension that prevents one from speaking with confidence. Be more relaxed when interacting with people.
Enhance confidence and self-esteem
Become confident and build self-esteem in all areas of life.
Quell anxiety and increase comfort level in difficult situations.
Explore and practice intuition
Learn to relax and “let go” of the linear mind to access intuitive and non-task oriented parts of yourself.
Laugh at oneself
Learn to laugh at yourself and accept mistakes as part of the process.
Awareness / Reading cues
Sharpen your awareness (and reading cues) thereby facilitating a better connection and ultimately better communication.
Concentration & Focus / Being in the moment
Excercise total concentration and focus by being present in the moment.
Acceptance and Tolerance
The foundation of improv is acceptance – to accept your partner’s words and offer, and to build upon it. Practice and develop the power of acceptance, which fosters tolerance and understanding of others.