Improvisation, Inc.: Harnessing Spontaneity to Engage People and Groups

Improvisation Inc Harnessing Spontaneity to Engage People and Groups Quick Think fast Performers have been doing it for centuries Now for the first time Robert Lowe a pioneer in the field of improvisation hands you the techniques you need to think on your feet and a

  • Title: Improvisation, Inc.: Harnessing Spontaneity to Engage People and Groups
  • Author: Robert Lowe
  • ISBN: 9780787951429
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Quick Think fast Performers have been doing it for centuries Now for the first time, Robert Lowe, a pioneer in the field of improvisation, hands you the techniques you need to think on your feet and apply these techniques in your workplace or classroom This book gives you The same techniques that improvisational actors use to increase their confidence A methQuick Think fast Performers have been doing it for centuries Now for the first time, Robert Lowe, a pioneer in the field of improvisation, hands you the techniques you need to think on your feet and apply these techniques in your workplace or classroom This book gives you The same techniques that improvisational actors use to increase their confidence A method of using humor to establish a strong rapport with your audience, students, or participants An effective way of using body language and voice for greater clarity and impact Scores of field tested worksheets, checklists, and group activities to help you incorporate improvisational thinking and speaking into your own presentation style The business world may be changing at breakneck speed, but this ancient form of theatre is as appealing as ever Buy this book and put improvisation to work for you today

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    1. I should have known.When Lowe feels the need to read each promotional blurb on the back cover of the book in addition to a list of all the people who ever helped him EVER by nameaaarrgh! It took me 20 minutes before the magical words "Chapter One" were uttered by the robotic narrator. 20 minutes! I clocked a mile on my pedometer before the actual content of the book even started.The first 230 pages of the 260 are an exhaustive list of all the reasons improv is super-duper and all the audiences a [...]

    2. I found this audiobook just awful. I was expecting something with some humor that provided some practical and interesting experiential advice. Instead, there are a lot of lists. At one point the narrator defines fear and gives about a half a dozen examples of fear, with some detail behind. There are dozens of recited lists in the first 2 hours of the audiobook. The book tried to be too academic but it just took too long to get to the good parts. I had to stop listening about 2/3 of the way in, a [...]

    3. This is not a casual read book. To get the most out of it, you need to do the things explained as you go through the book. I listened to this as an audio book, but I am going to get it in hard copy and work through it the way it should be done.

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