Whether your team is trying to generate the next new idea, develop a creative marketing content or solve a business challenge, the ability to sell your story, engage an audience and leave them wanting more collaborate is imperative. And this takes practice. More specifically, it requires you to exercise your brain muscle to improve creativity. Applying improv skills, skills that you were born with, will help you become a better storyteller, marketer, sales person and overall human being.
In this interactive session with Gina Trimarco of Carolina Improv Company & Pivot10 Results, you’ll learn ways to create your story and marketing message to engage and retain the right audience.