What makes Management 3.0 stand out from other management workshops and books? We like to think a lot! But one of the most notable bits is that it’s laid out like a children’s book, so much more full of color and original and engaging images than any other leadership guide. These images – even without insightful advice, examples from revolutionary leaders, and proactive steps to take alongside them – encourage people to speak a thousand words. Thus, we decided to make a game out of!
Technical people sometimes think that anything that is too human is not serious. It’s not appropriate… When you realize that this is something good and powerful, that you can make part of yourself to tell stories, then you can look to improve that. That is the Improv Cards.Juan Gabardini, Kleer Agile Coaching & Training
Improvisation Encourages Communication and Team Collaboration
Once upon a time there was a brilliant team who wanted to shout about it to management. Yet none of them knew how to make a compelling presentation of their work. They knew exactly what they wanted to say, but they didn’t have the skills to tell the story and they stumbled through their question and answer session, because they were unable to improvise on the spot under question fire.
Does this sound familiar?
Very few people in life are natural born storytellers. Storytelling is the oldest way of passing along information, in which facts can be relayed as powerful statements and where new ideas can blossom. A storyteller must be able to improvise, if they want to connect with their audience and relay their story effectively. Both skills take a lot of practice to master.