Entrepreneurs must be innovative as a rule. The whole idea of starting something new requires flexibility and intuition. Improvisation sharpens that intuition in front of an audience, as you discover what people find humorous and you’re making it up on the fly. These intuition skills can invaluable when transferred to the business world, where quick decision making requires the discipline of quick thinking. Just ask Dollar Shave Club Founder Michael Dubin, who credits improv for much of his success. Read more:
THE UNIVERSAL APPROACH
We find the most successful business people are often the greatest communicators. At Held2gether we utilize the key foundations of improv – Accept, Contribute, Commit! – to empower strong, positive, and creative communication for members at every level of a business team. Improvisational communication tools apply universally with clients, colleagues and even personal relationships.
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