This group is the DMV regional chapter of the Applied Improvisation Network.
The AIN is a community of practitioners and clients who value the use of improvisation skills in organizations to: * improve relationships * increase creativity & innovation * increase authenticity * promote spontaneity * foster trust * build communities of practice
Our members are business professionals and academics who use improv tools, experience, and theory for human development and training in communities and organizations.
These applications include facilitating creativity and innovation, effective strategy, better relationships in teams, conflict resolution, leadership, coaching and storytelling.
Status is a fantastic tool to make any improv’ scenes come alive.
But in the corporate / “real” world, it can be a touchy subject!
How can we incorporate conversations and activities about status and power in an applied improv’ setting?
Please come ready to share your best tools and exercises around this topic!