"Raffi - I teach lawyers how to integrate concepts like "status," "yes, and..." and so on into their negotiations. Sometimes I bring in actors to do theatre exercises and then we debrief with application to law. Other times I…"
Welcome, Jeff! Quite a coincidence - we've been having a discussion elsewhere on the site on the connections between improv and negotiating.
Hi Jeff, thanks for joining the applied improv site --looks like you're doing some great work in LA.
You say you found this from the NY Times, I didn't know we were mentioned. Can you tell me the article?
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