If you’ve seen “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” you know improv can be funny.
But did the know the skills involved will serve you well in all aspects of business and life?
Veteran actor, author, entrepreneur, and improviser Bob Baker will teach you and your team the hands-on basics of active listening, team building, creative thinking, and collaboration.
But this won’t be a boring, passive lecture. You’ll learn by doing, using simple games and exercises to ingrain the principles.
WARNING: You might even have fun in the process!
How will improv affect your bottom line?
- It will energize your employees to work together as a cohesive team.
- It will foster out-of-the-box thinking and innovation.
- It will lead to creative problem solving.
- It will improve listening skills and communication with customers and co-workers.
What are the best business uses for an improv session?
- As an ice-breaker at company events
- To wake up brains and stimulate thinking before a brainstorming session
- As an after-lunch activity to re-energize bodies and minds
- To activate teams that have become disconnected and less productive
- As a fun, engaging activity at a company retreat
Bob Baker has been teaching and performing improv since 1985. He recently co-authored a book on musical improv with Laura Hall, the longtime music director and pianist on the show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
Contact Bob directly to discuss bringing an improv experience to your business or event.