“Business Improv.” Sounds a bit weird, right? Can ridiculous comedy techniques help your business? If you have ever seen an improv comedy show, the last thing on your mind was probably, “Hey, that looks like it would be really helpful to me and my business.” After all, a typical improv comedy show will often have performers

Business Improv: Turning the Ridiculous into Relevance

Quick, think of a famous pilot. Got it? Chances are you either thought of Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, or Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger. Why Lindbergh or Earhart? Because they were the first. They broke new ground. Charles Lindbergh was the first person to fly across the ocean. Amelia Earhart was the first female to fly across the ocean. Why Sully? If you’re unfamiliar with Chesley Sullenberger,

Change Management Keynote Speaker: Ding Moments are Your Chance to Shine!

It’s easy to come up with a lot of ideas. What separates people and organizations who succeed from those who struggle is that the ones who succeed take bold action. In improv (and applied improvisation), we call this, “making a strong offer.” In this video, Avish explains what that means and how you can use

Applied Improvisation: Make a Strong Offer