Training for businesses and teams

What workplace wouldn't be improved by giving the team better listening, communication and problem-solving skills?

Our corporate training sessions are seriously fun.

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What can improv offer your business or team?
In addition to being heaps of good-natured fun, improvisation has many practical applications in the modern workplace.

Team Building


Group Communication

Active Listening

Presentation Skills

Conflict Resolution

Empathetic Attunement

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In the last year we've worked with some fantastic organisations — here are a few of our favourites

We get it — at first glance a bunch of improv comedians might not seem like the most likely group to turn to for help with your business. After all, our job is to go up on stage without a script and make people laugh, while your job is likely something far more safe and sane.

That said, we'll let you in on a trade secret: the best improvisation is just a simple combination of excellent communication skills, creative problem solving and playful teamwork. These are the very same skills that you likely value in the workplace, except that you tend to employ them in the conference room or at a client dinner instead of in front of a sold-out crowd who have been promised entertainment.

The skills required to improvise might sound scary or impossible to pick up, but they are actually quite simple to learn and apply to every area of your life, including the workplace! While the pursuit of the "perfect" group dynamic might last a lifetime, you and your team can make serious progress in as little as a few hours, and have an extremely fun time in the process.

We'd love to help you and your team unlock your full potential as collaborative geniuses. Whether you're after a few hours of fun as a team bonding activity, or lengthier formal skills training, The Improv Conspiracy has you covered.

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We'll custom tailor one of our popular workshop / performance programs to suit the unique needs of your group. Please include information about your location, your intended number of participants, and your ideal program length.

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Don't just take our word for it

A number of top media sources agree that improv is the bee's knees for business!

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo explains how to manage your company like an improv group

Improviser Dave Morris discusses "The Way of Improvisation" at TEDxVictoria

Mick Napier of the Annoyance Theatre discusses the power of "yes"