I am trying to come up with language for my new website at improv.ventures. I drew up the nine areas I think cover most of the bases i would want to teach in an improv workshop, and now it is a matter of figuring out how best to frame them. Perhaps:
Improv is not about being clever, or a star, or even very interesting. Rather, it is about connecting with those around you and building something great, together.
Whether for a brainstorming session or a final presentation, mastering the principles of improv puts individuals and teams in a position to listen, empathize, ideate, and conquer any challenge that comes their way - all while having fun!
(don't know why I say this - this blog is still private. Practice makes perfect, right?!)