Develop your improv superpowers
I’m super excited to be giving this workshop on improv techniques for non-improvisers. The thing is: improv and improv techniques are a valuable and incredibly rewarding way to be more effective. This workshop that I’m teaching on Sunday 3 December will take participants on an interactive and enjoyable journey through improv techniques that will transform how they think, communicate, and collaborate!
Learn to think on your feet, embrace ambiguity, and navigate unexpected situations – invaluable skills applicable in both personal and professional realms.
This jam-packed three-hour session will bolster your adaptability, and communication skills and ignite your creative spark. Here’s the link again: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/improve-yourself-develop-your-improv-superpowers-tickets-477563153247?aff=oddtdtcreator&discount=MORE20
Here are a few reasons why learning improv is good for you
Enhanced Communication Skills
Improv encourages active listening, effective verbal and non-verbal communication, and the ability to think on your feet.
Improv encourages a “fail-forward” mentality, where mistakes are seen as opportunities for growth rather than something to be feared.
Boosted Creativity and Innovation
Improv fosters a creative mindset by encouraging practitioners to think outside the box, generate novel ideas, and adapt to unexpected situations.
Enhanced Collaboration and Teamwork
Improv is inherently collaborative, requiring individuals to support and build upon each other’s ideas.
Improved Adaptability and Resilience
The ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances is a hallmark of improv. Participants learn to embrace change, handle unexpected challenges, and bounce back from setbacks more effectively.
Improv teaches individuals to embrace uncertainty, take risks, and trust their instincts. This creates a greater sense of capability and that confidence spills over into the rest of life.
Improv encourages self-expression, exploration of different facets of our character (and developing empathy for others), and can help uncover hidden talents.