Improv for Business


Thinking (smart) on your feet has never been so important

Help your team improve their contextualized quick thinking, collaborative problem solving, confidence and vocal expression with a custom improv workshop led by Grafenberg Productions Owner Justin Fanzen.

A fundamental principle of improv is listening and accepting any initiation that’s made on the stage. I want my managers to listen and respond to their employees’ perceptions, not ignore them. Managers have to be open to accepting any kind of initiation.
— Dick Costolo, Entrepreneur and former CEO of Twitter

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Improvisation draws on time-honored principles. They must be present in the moment, listening carefully, and contributing freely. These skills turn out to be particularly useful in workplaces that rely on adaptability…

Studies have shown that people can improve their communication skills and lower their anxiety with regular practice. Improv’s low-stakes training increases the likelihood that team members will feel comfortable communicating in a variety of work situations.
— Forbes article, “Why Improv Training is Great Business Training,” June 2014