Want your team to think creatively, speak off the cuff, try new things, collaborate across silos, and be empathic, humble leaders? Mindhatch’s Organizational Improv offerings will get your team to play – and learn – like professionals. We use activities and concepts from improvisational comedy as a training approach to develop skills, mindsets, and creative leadership capacity among your staff.
The Mindhatch® Organizational Improv Experience
Our Organizational Improv offerings are customized to fit each client’s needs and objectives, both in content and in length. Led by seasoned improv trainers and performers who also have deep business and organizational expertise, our trainings engage and retain staff, encourage new thinking, and deliver results. We go beyond the fun and games and use our facilitation skills to unveil actionable insights for improving how professional goals are pursued.
Special Organizational Improv Programs
Our improv trainings are flexible enough to be a part of professional gatherings of any length. Mindhatch can design and deliver sessions perfectly tailored for workshops, meetings, retreats, conferences, and even those times when you want something more interesting than a happy hour.
Contact Us today to schedule a fun and dynamic session specifically designed to fit your organization’s unique needs.
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