How to give and take the good and the bad.
Fostering talent is critical to the success of any organization. That starts with giving and taking feedback. But all too often people underestimate the importance of sharing positive feedback, and they do just about anything to avoid sharing (or hearing) negative feedback.
The tools of improvisation make feedback conversations less daunting and more productive. By focusing on empowering the ensemble, expressing gratitude for information, and embracing failure as an opportunity to learn, improv methods help dismantle communication barriers. So feedback can get where it needs to go and people can hear what they need to grow.