Here are fifty videos from various TEDx talks around the world, discussing why improvisation training works. Need more proof? We have plenty of articles below!
An article detailing why and how comedy improvisation training seems so necessary in the corporate world. They use it for creativity training, and get serious results.
An article discussing how certain hobbies including improvisation makes us better in the workplace.
The neuroscience of why we laugh, and the fundamental things about human social behaviour.
An article on how improvisation skills can help benefit you become an ‘active listener,’ and learn to approach the interview as providing opportunities, instead of worrying about failure.
How do we acquire creativity? Can it be acquired? Charles Limb explores the neurological functions of creativity by studying jazz musicians and rap artists, highlighting the difference between artists’ work when they freestyle, or improvise, versus memorised information. His findings show a key link between improvisation and language.
How business schools such as MIT and Harvard are incorporating improvisation training into their core curriculum.
How a NY hotel uses improv to train new hotel staff to foster ‘intuitive service.’ The training helps to develop employees’ communication skills and establish better relationships with guest by becoming more aware of non-verbal communication.
How improvisation training is helping in difficult financial times.
A video on improvisation by the Wall Street Journal