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Our Workplace/Team Programs


Corporate Wellness Program

Recurring, quarterly workshops

The Corporate Wellness through Improv Program (CWIP) is designed to help companies and organizations incorporate the principles of applied improvisation into their workplace culture. The program moves beyond a one-time workshop to a recurring, quarterly program. CWIP intentionally infuses the ideas of acceptance, contribution, collaboration, flexibility, multi-generational communication, innovation and more into the fabric of every day life within a company/organization.

A team of software specialists celebrate one another at an UnScripted team building event

Team Workshops

Single Visit Workshops

UnScripted's Team Workshops are custom built for your organization and according to your specific goals and desired outcomes. Workshops range from team building, to skill sharpening, to leadership development, performance-workshop hybrids and beyond. The planning process for our workshops are transparent and collaborative with nothing being out of the world of possibility. These are one-time workshops (though, we'll always come back) as opposed to a recurring program.

"Do it! Worth it and will help your organization in ways you did not even expect..made us more productive, focused and welcoming"

- John J. Schaefer, CEO & Founder,

Schaeflen Management L.L.C. Providers of Universal Dentistry


“Initially I didn’t know what improv was, I just knew that it involved some kind of public speaking,” she says. “When you do improv and come back to the corporate world, you realize how many small things you thought were important don’t matter...”

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"There's a misconception in business that you have to be 100 percent correct 100 percent of the time, whereas the truth is you have to be 100 percent correct about 10 percent of the time -- the rest of the time you have to just make decisions," said Kulhan...

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Financial Management

"Improv can be about finding ways to convey your story to non-finance colleagues in a way that makes sense to them, and to convince people that this is the best way

to go..." 

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"The results are compelling: Using improv can energize teams, surface breakthrough ideas, and enable learning from failure. But improv is more than just a way to co-create with colleagues; it can help leaders rethink how they manage and communicate in every interaction..."

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