Collaborative Culture Through Improv Comedy

By: Josh Chamberlin

Leaders often hear that they must create a culture of collaboration. The Last Laugh addresses this need in an entertaining and engaging way through an improv comedy approach. Improv comedians work together successfully on a regular basis – if they didn’t the audience wouldn’t laugh. Using comedic games and exercises our facilitators lead the participants on a series of interactive exercises focusing on the techniques of team building and collaboration, getting the entire audience involved in the exercises. The Last Laugh also identifies barriers to collaboration and, through their participatory games, learn to overcome them to create a culture of collaboration in any organization.

Presentation Objectives:

  • Techniques for Collaborative Communication
  • Techniques for Flexibility and Agility in the workplace
  • Techniques to engage team members

About the Speaker:
Josh Chamberlin has been teaching, performing, and directing improv comedy for nearly twenty years all over the country. He has taught on Chicago at the Second City and the iO Theater (recently featured on MTV’s the Real World) before opening the Last Laugh Comedy Theater in 2014 in Des Moines. He has performed with comedians who have gone on to work for Saturday Night Live, The Daily Show, and The Colbert Report, 30 Rock and The Late Show. A regional winner of NBC’s television show, World Cup Comedy, Josh began has been working with companies in Central Iowa since 2009, providing content for Fortune 500 clients, community organizations, and even PTAs.


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