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The Improviser's Mindset

Now more than ever, we need an improviser’s #mindset to combat physical distance and deepen social connection”, explains Dan Klein, educator on improvisational theater and story-crafting at Stanford and faculty member of our Strategic Partner Leadership Insight Out (LIO).

Improvisational theater is the art of getting on stage in front of a live audience and making up a story. The skills required to accomplish this while on the spot and under pressure are invaluable offstage as well, as Dan believes the practices of improv have the power to unleash creative problem solving and collaborative innovation.

Klein shared the key points of applied improvisation for business: accepting offers, building on ideas, embracing mistakes and inspiring your partners.

At Renaissance Executive Forums, we’re open-minded leaders. Seeing reality is more important than being right. We challenge each other’s ideas to help view different perspectives. Learn more about REF here:


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