Functional Collaborative Communication

Do your technical team members work flexibly with one another? Are they able to take existing situations and create new possibilities? Can they support new directions? Are they able to see their work in relation to others within the group or across departments?

By learning to improvise and perform, engineers, developers, computational and data scientists become better listeners and leaders. People’s capacity to respond to the needs of co-workers, to create meaning across cultures, and to work effectively as collaborators is directly tied to their ability to improvise.

These engagements build flexible, growing teams in corporate settings. They draw on the partnership of improvscience and Career Play, Inc

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