Using Improv Comedy to Unite Your Team reviews

June 22, 2022

Here’s what happened when a behavioral scientist took a comedy class. Read more at


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  1. While this is an interesting concept – and certainly, the title caught my attention – I'm not clear, given the brief clip, what concepts from improv comedy are being utilized? How is "Yes, and…" related to improv comedy?

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