Improvisation skills for the work place and beyond
When people are faced with uncertainty, diversity and change,
If they need to innovate, collaborate and lead in the moment,
They have to:
Across the globe leading organisations and business schools are starting to teach improvisation skills to people in the work place so that
people can be more engaged and enthusiastic about their work
Leaders, sales teams and service personnel can build more rapport with clients and customers?
Team members can get along better with each other and their managers
Leaders and executives learn to invite more respect and co-operation
Departments and teams learn to collaborate better - busting the silo syndrome.
Organisations can be more innovative so they can stay at the cutting edge of their industry.
Playing Mantis can help your people develop all these skills in a fun and playful manner and at the same time ground it in theory and the latest research in neuroscience. Our facilitators are experienced experts who have research their practise up to Masters and PhD level.
“Playing Mantis helped us to think differently about things that really matter – not just concepts that can be applied to work, but also to life in general. In fact 87% of the participants who completed our survey found they were able to apply the principles they learnt from playing Mantis in their work to make a positive change” – Financial General Manager, Mediclinic Southern Africa