We offer presentations, virtual training, and live workshops. Everything we do is learner-centered in order to maximize return on your investment, especially your time.
We incorporate the games used to train actors into trainings that teach people in business to have better conversations, to be more fully present, and to lead, or participate on, any team (including the team of “me, myself, and I”) with authenticity, confidence, and agility.
From our perspective, the skills can be summed up like this, in no specific order of importance:
- Give and Take (the Lead)
- Stay in the Moment
- Yes and… / No Denial
- Listen for and Accept Gifts
- It’s All About the Relationship
- Have a Point of View
- What Makes This Different
Although laughter is certainly encouraged (when it’s appropriate), this is not about being funny. In fact, improvisation itself isn’t about being funny. It’s about showing up, being in the moment, commitment, and, above all, relationships.