Improv at Work: What the Business World Can Learn from Improvisational Comedy
by Nicole Faust Cohen
#1 International Bestseller on Amazon in TEN categories in the US and AU. Including Business Leadership, Business Mentoring & Coaching, Project Management, Business Production & Operations, Sales & Selling Techniques, Office Management, Cultural, Ethnic & Regional Humor, and Business Leadership, in the US. Business Consulting, Economic Development & Growth, Business Education Reference in AU.
Improv at Work is an inspirational guide, designed to transform the stressed and struggling workplace into one of creativity, empowerment, and fun, similar to the environment surrounding improvisational comedy (aka, improv). Professionals with only a few years of work experience to the most competent leaders will draw inspiration from this book to optimize workplace communication, collaboration, and innovation.
In today’s workplace, technology shortcuts and overscheduled calendars are hindering our ability to grow the crucial interpersonal skills necessary for high-performing and thriving businesses.
If we want to realize the full potential of what’s possible in the workplace, we must avoid neglecting our own interpersonal skill development. This is where improv fits into the picture.
Improv at Work will:
- Identify behaviors that stifle the creative work environment and offer different approaches to exchange creative ideas
- Present improv rules and activities to help create a more productive work environment
- Drive teams to get the most out of work interactions by demonstrating how to draw out and build on ideas, ensuring teammates feel comfortable and confident to bring the best of themselves at work
- Demonstrate that improv absolutely makes sense in the business world