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For years, Business Improv’s innovative corporate training programs have helped professionals improve their communication, leadership, management, and team building skills. To learn more about our training, the positive effect our classes have had on our graduates, and how we can help your organization, we invite you to read the articles below.

Distance Communication

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Watch Business Improv CEO Bob Kulhan share how improvisation techniques can help you communicate and influence each other, especially when your team spans distances.

Behavioral Psychology Models

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Watch our own Bob Kulhan explain how Martin Seligman’s Learned Helplessness model links to organizational behavior and how/why the tenets of improvisation should be used in business.

Getting to Yes And

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What does it mean to be an Improvisational Leader? Watch our own Bob Kulhan explain this concept and how being an “Improvisational Leader” can help you become a better leader.

Business Improv

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Our very own Bob Kulhan explains how creating a culture of acceptance can help create a clear path to key objectives in business and life.

Contagious Energy

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Your energy, attitude, and presence are CONTAGIOUS. Watch our very own Bob Kulhan explain this and how you can help affect the energy and attitude of those around you.

Energy and Attitude

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Attitude are CHOICES. Learn how we can help you manipulate your energy at key moments in time in order to help improve how people perceive you, i.e, your Brand.

Improv Communication

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What are your barriers to creativity, collaboration, communication and change? Learn how Business Improv can help you chip away at those blocks and barriers.

SOME TESTIMONIALS:

“Focusing on adaptation to change, stress management and teaming, your improv team was able to bring these lessons to life. The “on your feet” approach combined with a high level of participation involvement made for a most enjoyable learning environment. Our team went away revived and refreshed and they learned tools to help them better deal with change on a personal and project level.”
-Craig Brummel,
Director, ERP Programs,
University of Notre Dame

“The overt problem: Naming a new software product that will consume half of our company’s resources over the next two years. A big investment, and worthy of considerable thought to communicate the quality and usefulness of this product!
The underlying problem: Getting nine directors of the company to all agree on this name! Enter the recent student of Bob Kulhan’s Business Improvisations class with a raft of new/old ideas. You’ve heard of brainstorming, thinking outside the box, and making new associations, but the practical application of those techniques, in a vibrant, exercise oriented, on-your-feet class brought it all to new heights for me! I took it all home and ran that “Name-Brain” meeting with aplomb… and the results were phenomenal!We actually named the product, with 100% participation, building on each other’s ideas, and total buy in. (Now if we can just Trade-Mark it!) And the level of excitement within the company at having that unified choice is terrific.”
-Cindy Whitaker
Director, Business Products
Environmental Systems Corp