YES, the popularity of Improv at Work is undeniable.  AND, few realize the richness of its contribution in the science of learning and performance. 


professional performers (humorists, improvisers and facilitators) WILL Lead A experience for you that fits the workplace and builds innovation

Lee, Los Angeles based&nbsp;

Lee, Los Angeles based 

LA BASED. A U.S. military veteran, Lee Godden enjoyed a 22 year career managing sales teams across North America. He wrote the bestselling, internationally-translated book “ZenWise Selling: Mindful Methods to Improve Your Sales...and Your Self.” A member of the National Speakers Association. He performs regularly as part of Southern Californias Improv City. An accomplished facilitator and trainer,  he has written 80+ articles for business journals and The Los Angeles Times.  

NYC BASED. 70% of major transformation efforts fail. 83% of Americans are stressed at work, 55% are unsatisfied with their jobs and 47% struggle to stay happy. All of these are related. Andrew Tarvin teaches people how to use collaboration to be more productive, less stressed, and happier.

Andrew has worked with more than 100 organizations including Procter & Gamble, GE and Western & Southern Life Insurance. He is a best-selling author and professional stand-up and improv comedian.

Drew, New York City based

Drew, New York City based

Bob, Los Angeles based.

Bob, Los Angeles based.

LA BASED. During the past 25 years Bob Doll has served as a vice president of operations, a director of finance and other key roles in organizations including McGraw Hill. Bob is the founder of Everyday Improv, where he has trained business audiences from a wide range of industries and cultures. He has taught business training skills for the Association for Talent Development (ATD, formerly ASTD) and Toastmasters International.



This team of corporate leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs did not know eachother before their Improv experience.

EXPERIENCE.  This group of professionals, entrepreneurs, students and corporate leaders did not know each other prior to this training. They learned to build energy, define a purpose and vision, capture attention, effect communication, raise issues, establish trust and clarify roles.  They extended their self-awareness as they risked audacity and mistakes - to find success as a dynamic team.