The skills you develop in improv apply to real life too. That’s why so many organizations provide improv training to their staff and leaders. Improv helps you develop your creativity, allows you to focus, stimulates collaboration, and is a fun team building opportunity.
”Diana was an excellent facilitator for our team. The exercises she planned were meaningful for our group based on real-life situations we face in our daily jobs. Although our team did not clearly understand how this training would benefit them before we began, they were fully engaged and excited by the end of the day. Not only did I receive several compliments on how wonderful the training was and how they intend to use it, but also asking to have another session! I can honestly say this is the first time I’ve been asked to provide more training!”
Strategic Manager Programming and Interpretation
”Nick’s hands-on workshop awakened a sense of mindfulness and freedom in our players and, most importantly, reinforced the idea of being comfortable with who they are. Barriers were peeled back in an exciting atmosphere, allowing the players to (begin to) expand their trust in one another, both on and off the field.
Whether looking to change the pace of your routine, or develop an inside edge, I strongly encourage all programs to consider utilizing Glass City Improv for their insight into improvisational principles & techniques, and how to practically apply them to your team."
Head Baseball Coach
Ohio Dominican University