Improvisational theater can help teach business leaders and their staff to be more innovative, says corporate creativity consultant Jay Rhoderick. Workshops that teach improv skills can give teams permission to be more creative in the way they solve day-to-day challenges, Rhoderick says. "Improvisers are curious to figure out how, to take risks, to celebrate creative errors and audacity, because it is through this courageous curiosity and exploration that we reveal new business opportunities and values," he says.

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