The Improvisation Edge: Secrets to Building Trust and Radical Collaboration at Work
To help readers experience a whole new understanding of the importance of trust, "The Improvisation Edge" introduces the reader to the practice of radical collaboration based on the tenets of improvisation.
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All kinds of books have been written about building trust and teamwork. But The Improvisation Edge is the only one that draws on the knowledge of experts in trust building: theatrical improvisers. Think about it: other than combat, no situation requires more extreme trust than improv. You have no script, costumes, or set--nothing but your fellow actors. Improvisers must manage risk, collaborate radically, create deep trust, and turn disasters into opportunities--which are also vital business skills. Karen Hough describes four secrets that help leaders, trainers, managers, and frontline employees adopt the improviser's mind-set. You'll learn techniques to create a positive environment, encourage fearless participation, and turn "Oops " into "Eureka " The Improvisation Edge offers a hands-on way to build an organizational culture that makes breakthrough business results possible.