The Use of Improvisation as a Design Tool for Experiential Training


Bridget k. brown
Owner, StoryMatters, LLC,
Theodore klein
Managing Partner, the Boston Strategy Group (BSG)
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    Tue, Dec 19, 2023 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
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The use of improvisation as a training tool provides better listening, better focus, and better understanding. And it's a whole lot of fun. Often, however, it gets a bad rap because people think of it as something just for the stage. How many times have facilitated a training session and searched for experiential learning that sticks? Improv is that tool.

About Bridget K. Brown

Bridget K Brown is a master facilitator and storytelling coach who has created training for companies such as Anheuser Busch and Monsanto; and taught public speaking, storytelling at the graduate level in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis, using the elements of applied improvisation. Working with those in science in technology is her favorite thing to do, because she gets to make the complex clear. She is a member of the Boston Strategy Group Facilitation team, a long-time e-learning professional, and a certified Applied Improvisation facilitator and the Owner of StoryMatters, LLC, a learning consultancy that creates engaging classes and e-learning.

About Theodore Klein

Theodore Klein is Managing Partner at the Boston Strategy Group (BSG). Mr. Klein has over 40 years of executive management experience at several premier consulting firms, and was the CEO of Boston Systems Group, named one of America’s 100 leading consulting firms. Mr. Klein has led over 350 engagements for global corporate, healthcare, university, and government institutions across four continents. He has been an avid improvisation student for the last four years and writes frequently on applied improvisation developments. Mr. Klein holds an MBA from Boston University and undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and in the Social Sciences.

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