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Improvisation, or “Improv” is a form of theatre - often comedy - that requires the players in a scene to think fast on their feet, to listen closely to what others say and build on what they heard to keep the conversation going. You may have seen this done or even watched the popular show, Who’s Line Is It Anyway?, but whether you love it or hate it, the principles and techniques behind improv can actually help us all become better listeners, better leaders, and can improve teamwork in the workplace! Karen Hough is the Founder and CEO of ImprovEdge, a company offering virtual and in-person business training, rooted in the practice of Improv. Here, she explains:
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