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Improv is a theatrical art-form where the characters, scenes, and dialogue are made up on the spot without pre-planning.
Good improvisation is achieved by being in the moment, conquering fears and self-doubt, and working collaboratively in an accepting and supportive team environment. While these skills are useful in a theater setting they are also applicable in our off-stage lives and pivotal in developing or ability to work with just about anyone.
Benefits of an improv mindset:
Fosters Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Keeps you focused and concentrated under pressure
Builds trust and support with others
Helps you see problems in new ways
More effectively manage change and the unknown
Unleashes creativity and innovation
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