Applied Improvisation Institute Set for Bovine Metropolis Theater
Improvisation is a big word in business lately. From the Wall Street Journal to CNN, utilizing improvisation to increase business collaboration, adaptability and productivity isn't necessarily new, but creating a fully fledged certification program is something that hasn't been attempted, until now.
Bovine Metropolis Theater has created custom revitalizing training for big names like CenturyLink (formerly Qwest), Disney ESPN, and Kaiser Permanente to name just a few. And now, in a logical evolution, Bovine Metropolis Theater has created the Applied Improvisation Institute.
The Institute represents the type of training found in world class MBA programs. The Applied Improvisation Institute is based on practiced techniques and measured against a revolutionary set of training metrics. Graduates with a Certificate in Improvisation for Business will be more in touch with their authentic self and others, giving them a confidence to be game changers in the marketplace.
The Applied Improvisation Institute teaches improvisational assets such as: adaptability, collaboration, creativity, supportive communication, salesmanship, and leadership within flattened hierarchies. The Aii (Applied Improvisation Institute), approach to improvisation is to create a unique business certification product that heightens business acumen and make practitioners more flexible and reactive.
Aii is a training program geared towards business professionals of every kind. Participants who pass all six modules will earn a certificate in Improvisation for Business. The certification is currently being offered at a phenomenal value at $4,320.00. This is pre-accreditation price that will serve as a valuable asset to participants.
Classes are limited in size to 10 participants. Each Module consists of 4, 3 hour classes. There are 6 Modules in the certificate program. Classes are held twice a week. Cost for the complete 3-month program is $4,320 and can be registered for by following this link. http://appliedimprovinstitute.com/content/register-applied-improvisation-institute
Or call 303.758.4722. Contact names are Owner, Denise Maes, and Owner and Lead Curriculum Designer, Eric Farone.
Applied Improvisation Institute is a product of Bovine Metropolis Theater. Bovine Metropolis Theater is the first dedicated school and theater for improvisation in the region and teaches the art of accepting the unknown gracefully. For more information about Bovine Metropolis Theater, call 303-758-4722 or visit their web site at www.bovinemetropolis.com.