In this episode I talk to Nick Byrne, a Specialist in the application of improvisational techniques to workplace training in both the public and private sectors.
He is an Artistic Director of “Improvention” which is Australia’s international festival & convention of unscripted theatre and his school of improvisation here in Canberra called Impro ACT offers public courses and corporate training in the techniques that make improvisation effective.
He has taught United Nations peacekeepers to be culturally sensitive on international deployments, Olympic Athletes to deal with off-field adversities, and helped many organisations to communicate and think more effectively.
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