The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.  //Phil Jackson
Teamwork vs. working in a group*
Working in a groupTeamwork
Do routine tasks togetherCreated for difficult issue solving
One expert's knowledge can solve issuesNew solution must be created
The leader influences each member separatelyMembers influence each other's work and allow to be influenced by others
Members have similar knowledge and experiencesMembers have diverse knowledge and backgrounds
Deliver faster resultsDeliver more effective results
The boss sets goals and controls the processAll participants (including the boss) can take the lead
*by Susanne Schinko-Fischili 
Real teamwork requires a lot of communication, mutual trust, absolute openness and practical
Applied improvisation is about building these skills in teams. 
We help create teams that:
  • listen and hear each other
  • trust
  • support
  • are proactive
  • can put ego aside for a greater goal
  • know how to use their internal creativity
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  • 65% practice
  • 5% pure joy and fun
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