Zoe Galvez and Betsy Crouch, co-founders of ImprovHQ, help leaders and organizations develop effective communication, exceptional collaboration, and engaged cultures through interactive learning experiences, based on the principles of improvisation and positive psychology. They deliver workshops, keynotes, and executive coaching programmes, to workplaces that include Twitter, Google, LinkedIn, Facebook, Dropbox, and many more.
Today we’ll be discussing how the principles and practices of improvisation can be used to teach people the skills of positive psychology in workplaces.
Connect with Betsy and Zoe:
- [02:36] - Zoe and Betsy explain how positive psychology practices can be fused with improvisation techniques to help people flourish at work.
- [05:40] - The Improv HQ team give examples of how improvisation skills can develop people’s resilience.
- [09:02] - Zoe explains why every conversation at work is an opportunity for connection or confusion, and how improv can build trust and psychological safety between people.
- [10:47] - Betsy shares how improv practices can be a great opportunity to spot people’s strengths and put them to work.
- [12:43] - Zoe explains how improv can be an emotional rope course in workplaces and how they teach leaders to build a resilient response to failure.
- [18:03] - Zoe shares how improv can help to build a giving culture in teams.
- [18:59] - Betsy shares how AI Summits are using improv to supercharge results for participants.
- [21:04] - Betsy and Zoe explain the six improv principles unscripted leaders use to thrive at work.
- [26:58] - Betsy & Zoe complete the lightning round.
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