THE BENEFITS OF IMPROV FOR BUSINESS

The great philosopher Mike Tyson once said, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.”

Pardon the violent visual, but if the last year has taught us anything, it's that learning how to adapt to change is crucial. 

The principles of Improv teach participants how be more comfortable being uncomfortable and thinking outside the box.
As the prolific artist, Bob Ross taught us, “We don’t make mistakes, we have happy accidents." Seeing mistakes as opportunities requires shifting our perspective.  

Over-coming our fear of failure increases

Some of our clients include:

We could have gone axe throwing as an alternative, but it is safe to say we got way more out of Lori's improv session at our team offsite. The jokes on using the 'answering a question with a question method' during our forecast calls persisted throughout the rest of our time together. I would not hesitate in highly recommending Lori for any group or team considering improv for their next event/meeting.

 

- BEN KELLY LINKEDIN

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