Resolving conflict is not sexy, it’s not fun and it’s necessary to keep your team happy, productive and profitable. It requires emotional intelligence, active listening, empathy, collaboration, mediation, critical thinking and PRACTICE. And this kind of practice requires you to exercise your brain. Applying improv skills, skills that you were born with, will help you and your team improve creativity, solve problems and disrupt the status quo in ways you didn’t expect.
In this interactive session with Gina Trimarco of Carolina Improv Company & Pivot10 Results, you’ll learn ways to collaborate and create, as a team.