by Jennifer Braunschweiger
Robyn Scott of Second City leads groups of up to 50 employees from such companies as Cisco, Facebook, and Google in a series of 10- to 20-minute exercises that draw on one of the key tenets of improv: the willingness to adopt a "Yes, and . . . " approach to conversation.
"It’s perfect for brainstorming and also helps people open up in situations that might trigger anxiety, like a process or management change," says Scott. She and fellow actor Meagan O’Brien share how they use improv schooling to inspire creative solutions.
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