Corporate Improv Training


These days, more and more people are struggling to find the balance between work and play. That’s because they see them as separate things.

I’ll show you how to use the power of play in your work. So instead of just getting through the day or aiming for the weekend, your team can have fun and enjoy what they do, whatever the situation.

Play helps with creativity, adaptability, communication skills, team building, brainstorming, corporate culture, and overall job satisfaction. It’s also important for mental health. That’s why start-ups and Fortune 500 companies alike are embracing play as part of their culture



Let’s face it, work can be stressful. Deadlines, workload, coworkers, you know, work stuff. We'll come to your office, get everyone laughing and playing improv games together. As someone once said, (probably me): happy people, happy company.


  • Team Building

  • Communication Skills

  • Presentation Skills

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Anything you want to work on, improv can help.

bring some laughs to your event

Your team has worked hard all year, it’s time to just sit back and enjoy some laughs. Holiday parties, AGMs, Mondays, could all do with a pop of humour. Let us help set the tone for a fun night.


Bring Play to Work

How Improv Helps Your Business

If you want your team to laugh, learn, handle stress, and grow together, drop me a line. 

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In a business world that’s more uncertain than ever it pays to be able to think on your feet. That’s why some business schools are using improvisation classes to teach skills such as creativity and leadership.”

Why using improvisation to teach business skills is no joke. – CNN

“Through improv, we can work on anything from leadership, to influence, to adaptability, to crisis management. We can help people’s communication skills. We can show them how to stay focused, in the present moment, at a very high level.”

Improv comedy and business: Getting to “yes, and.” – Slate

 “In fact, studies have shown that people can improve their communication skills and lower their anxiety with regular practice. Improv’s low-stakes training increases the likelihood that team members will feel comfortable communicating in a variety of work situations.”

Why Improv Training Is Great Business Training – Forbes

“Even if you never make anyone laugh, these techniques can make you more open minded and better at communication and collaboration.”

3 Ways Improv Can Improve Your Career – Fast Company

Work and play are words used to describe the same thing under differing conditions.
— Mark Twain