Over the years, in the UK, more people are seeing the value of interpersonal skills in the workplace. This is leading to a rise in businesses looking at corporate training as a key method of development.
Much of our training utilises improv because of its focus on teamwork, support and emphasis on always moving forward. Both teams and inidivuals can benefit from working on these qualities. And to top it off improv is actually highly engaging and always a good laugh for everyone involved.
Improv and the Workplace
A lot of the core aspects of improv focus on individuals being open minded and agreeable. Saying “Yes” more because saying “No” usually stifles progress. We take these good practices and translate them into something that can be implemented in your workplace.
Who benefits from this kind of training?
Ideally: everyone, everywhere. Realistically: innovative and creative agencies (and the freelancers that often work alongside these agencies) and the public sector benefit the most. That’s largely because organisations such as these find that the ethos and culture of their workplace contribute a great deal to either keeping with their main objectives or to the success of their process.