Navigating start-up life is no doubt exciting, and can also sometimes be quite hectic. One day you are pitching your product to investors, the other you are firefighting to make ends meet. You are in charge of everything, decisions, strategy, product development, pivoting, OKR’s and KPI’s all while you are aiming to disrupt old industries with new technology. It’s David against Goliath and your workweek is never the same.
It’s safe to say that there is no road map, and you are forced to improvise every day.
- Do you have what it takes to work in a dynamic team where an agile mindset and co-creation thrives?
- Are you looking to make stronger connections when pitching your product and meeting new business clients?
- Are you able to tell the whole story of what it is exactly you are doing and WHY?
- Can you deliver effective, hard-hitting persuasive pitches and public presentations?
Improv training spawns from theatre and comedy, but the skills learned through improv are some of the most effective tools for personal development.
The benefits of improv has been widely covered in renowned media such as Forbes, Business Insider, CNN and more. IMPROV Communication has worked with many world leading tech companies such as Unity, Templafy, Falcon, Netcompany, SimCorp, Microsoft, YouSee and TDC.
Using active learning as a tool to expand your comfort zone you will learn how to communicate better, be more creative and become a great team player.
IMPROV Communication is a part of the award-winning english speaking ICC Theatre and Training Centre where we train more than 700 students annually in improvisation.
Actually a majority of the students at ICC have a background in the digital and technical academic sector.
This workshop is an introduction to the philosophies of Improv and will give you an understanding of how you can utilize interpersonal communication.
WARNING: The workshop will be a ton of fun, conducted in a safe space, and we guarantee that you will feel energized and motivated to implement many of the takeaways straight away!
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