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The Improv Mindset: Change Your Brain. Change Your Business.
Looking for new ideas? Need your teams to perform at a higher level? Want a healthy corporate culture? Follow along with these two dynamic authors as they take you through The Improv Mindset, one of the most engaging and powerful methods for getting individuals, teams, and organizations to step up, engage, and solve problems. Steeped in the world of improv comedy, this no-nonsense guide provides a window into the neuroscience behind creativity and new ways of thinking. Filled with exercises and activities, you'll be able to immediately apply the lessons in this book.
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“I can’t wait to start using Brain Disruption with my team. I see this approach as our next way of staying competitive in the marketplace and driving significant change in our business.”
“I loved Brain Disruption. Bruce and Gail Montgomery fuse fun, effective principles of improv theater with extensive real-world experience helping teams amp up their ability to innovate. Lucid and entertaining, this book provides practical, approachable exercises grounded in up-to-the-minute brain research. For anyone who wishes to understand and practice innovation in a more disciplined and effective way, this book is an instantly usable and worthwhile manual.”
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“In an entertaining and easy read, this book offers the basic tools to allow the readers to maximize their creative problem-solving skills in any organizational structure. The authors provide a unique perspective to teach a practical approach to formulating solutions to problems within any institution or organization in both the public and private sector.”