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Work Better Together


ImprovHQ delivers interactive learning experiences for executives, teams, and organizations.

Workshops, keynotes and executive coaching for exceptional collaboration, effective communication and engaged cultures



Tap into your team’s collective genius.

Give your team the winning edge. The skills improvisers use to create stories, without a script, are the same skills that enable exceptional collaboration in any team. Empower your team to work better together.

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Train for the unexpected

Communication is our greatest gift and our biggest challenge, We’ll share tools to help you break down the barriers that inhibit the exchange of ideas in your organization. Create efficiency and better listening to elevate conversations.

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Spark engagement

Mobilize creative potential and turn it into positive power. Strengthen connections to inspire engagement that impacts the way you think and the way you work. Engage your people, elevate your culture.




Partial Client List


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A powerful experience for professionals of all backgrounds.
— Mary Kogut, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Partner
The training helped our organization establish a focused awareness that continues to enhance our productivity every day.
— Zubin Irani, cPrime, CEO
Valuable tools I applied to my work!
— Caroline Barlerin, Head of Community Outreach and Philanthropy, Twitter
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Book Coming - Summer 2017!


Book Coming - Summer 2017!

Bring out the best in your team or organization with the ImprovHQ principles and exercises.

Public Classes in San Francisco

Come experience the joys and thrills of improvisation in a safe and supportive environment.

Delve into spontaneity, build courage and have fun!

Your Next Chapter - Retreat for Women

What do you recharge more, your cellphone or yourself?

Reconnect, realign and revive yourself at our annual retreat that has been described as “the most powerful 48 hours of my life.”