What is improv?
Improv, or improvisation is the art of performing in front of people without a strict plan, but based on all your knowledge and previous experience, and the reactions between the improviser and the viewer, interlocutor, client, simply a PARTNER. Impro is the art of being here and now, and creating ideas based on cooperation with other people.
Does improvisation mean no preparation? Just the opposite! Improvisation means developing skills that allow you to react spontaneously and not be afraid of the effect. Impro training prepares participants for unexpected situations that may arise in professional life.
What can you and your company gain from applied improv training:
Improv training for business can help you develop skills such as:
1. Team building
- building awareness of group roles and group dynamic
- finding your place in the group
- reducing pressure
- freedom in choosing group roles
- understanding hierarchy in the group
- ability to listen to the client
- attracting and keeping attention
- getting rid of fear of judgement
- building relationship to the client
- paying attention to details
- unlocking the creativity potential
- channeling creativity
- establishing unconventional solutions
- risk taking
- taking responsibility for decisions
- ability to admit a mistake
5. Dealing with crisis
- coping with difficult, stressful and uncomfortable situations in relationship with customer
- developing flexibility
- creative problem solving
- ability to draw positive and negative conclusions
EXAMPLES OF IMPROV FOR BUSINESS TRAININGS:
1. Introduction to improvisation:
For whom?Introduction to improvisation
For everyone who wants to improve the communication and creativity of their team, and prepare employees to react in difficult and stressful situations.
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Introduction to improvisation
During intensive training, participants will learn all the possibilities of development through improvisation. They will try different ways to build a supportive and complementary team. They will stimulate their creativity, disturbed by an inner critic. They will find creative ways to find themselves in difficult situations, and will make quick decisions. And all this based on listening and openness to others.
2. Integration – perfect for corporate events:
For anyone who wants to improve integration in their team or company – from regular employees to high-level managers.
The training facilitates the integration of a new group and deepens the relationship in a group that already knows each other. Through improvised games, it opens participants, encourages them and stimulates them to take action. The workshop will build your team, raise awareness of group roles, and through listening will facilitate the joint creation of projects, while reducing pressure. It will introduce an atmosphere of creative, unrestricted fun, regardless of whether the group is young designers or experienced high-level managers.
3. Communication and creativity:
For whom?Communication and creativity
Communication and creativity
Both for creative teams and those who have nothing to do with creativity, but feel that they need to go beyond the schemes.
ContentCommunication and creativity
Communication and creativity
Training aimed at unleashing the potential of creativity, and building unconventional solutions. By listening, openness and focusing on a partner (client, colleague), it allows you to abandon fear of judgement and self-censorship. It shows participants how to get and maintain the attention. It will help get rid of the uncertainty that doesn’t let us understand that the best ideas are within us – all you have to do is give it a voice.
4. Dealing with crisis:
For whom?Dealing with crisis
For people who deal with crises or conflicts on a daily basis. Particularly recommended to salespeople, customer service and hotline staff, managers and people who often have to make decisions under time pressure, or speak in public.
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Dealing with Crisis
The training will build the participants courage to make public speeches and make quick decisions, both individually and in a group. Will teach them to take responsibility for their decisions and admit mistakes. And most importantly, it trains coping with stressful and difficult situations, and creative problem solving.