Learning & Development Through Play
Career Play Inc. works with organizations that want to develop a more collaborative, innovative and effective workforce. We provide human resource consulting – from talent acquisition, to creating a better work environment, to coaching and training staff – using an improvisational and playful approach.
“While the worlds of comedy and business may not initially appear to have much in common, a growing number of firms are in fact turning to comedians to help them boost staff communication, performance, and creativity.”
— Quoted from BBC News article, No joke: Why the business world is embracing comedy (published 3/10/16)
An innovative, off-script approach to networking and relationship building.
A Professional Gymnasium in which data scientists, programmers and engineers can stretch and strengthen their collaborative and communication muscles.
Has the art of conversation slipped away from us? Discover how ImprovNetworking can help.
A few years ago, Harvard Business Review published an important and interesting article about talent acquisition: 21st Century Talent Spotting by Claudio Fernandez-Araoz. The article contained valuable research about the nature of potential and the need to hire for potential: Research points to five markers of potential: a strong motivation to excel in the pursuit of challenging goals combined with the humility […]
Ready for some good news in the midst of a polarized, contentious, hyper-partisan national debate? People around the world are playing, performing and becoming other than who they are! We are embracing our human capability to be who we are and who we are not. We are being who we are becoming. There’s a conceptual […]
Do you keep your distance at networking events? Do you find yourself repeating the same elevator pitch no matter who you’re talking to? Do you feel lonely in a room full of people? ImprovNetworking is an off-script approach to relationship building that doesn’t rely on a scripted process or a formulaic solution. In fact, ImprovNetworking reignites […]