Applied Improvisation is an extremely effective experiential learning methodology which activates collaborative creativity, enhances presentation skills, turns groups into teams and generates ideas.

Improv is fundamentally about listening and reacting with confidence. It’s built upon mutual trust. And it’s a skill that can be taught and strengthened. By applying improvisational theater techniques and processes to non-theatrical settings, professionals gain access to a fully developed yet flexible approach to working with each other, building on each other’s ideas, and having a great time while doing it.

To think fast, you have to slow down and listen – to your client, to your gut, and to each other. Improv is ‘listening training.’ –  Rick Andrews