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New Ways To Build Your Teams Confidence and Selling Skills


Chris Trew is a touring comedian, sportswriter, and creative coach. He uses his background in improv comedy to help people find their funny whether they are using it for performance or self-improvement. His work has been featured at events like SXSW and San Diego Social Media Day and festivals of all kinds all over the country.

His foundation of Improv Comedy provides the framework for everything he does. Whether he’s teaching a workshop to 100 professionals in a conference setting, a group of 6 for a small business happy hour, or a Zoom for literally anyone, the material is the same. If you want to learn how to boost creativity in the work environment, he’s your guy.

 

Why is Improv Comedy a Game-Changer

 

Biggest Takeaway You Don’t Want To Miss:

  • One Improv class could change how you communicate, listen to people, and the way you share your own stories. Having said this, you can be a better communicator, leader, listener, or storyteller which you can incorporate to your business or personal life to make it more engaging and fun.
  • Improv is extremely portable and very flexible. Chris can teach the same workshop to different groups of people regardless of number. He can even highlight a specific goal that you want for your employees or team.
  • With Improv Comedy, you will develop the ” Yes, And ” mentality and it’s a must learn! – listen to Chris and me in the podcast to know what I mean.

 

Show Highlights:

  • What is Improv comedy, 2.11
  • How can Improv help business owners, 4.42
  • Who takes Improv classes, 11.03
  • How Chris comes to work with your team, 13.27
  • Chris wrote a weird book about sitting close to basketball players at NBA games, 20.20

 

Links:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/christrew/

https://www.instagram.com/christrew/

 

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