This will be our relaunch event.If you'd like to explore the applications of improvisation with a friendly group of practitioners, come along to this session, led by the four co-ordinators of our local AIN group.It will be full of useful games and lively discussions.See More
Thanks for all the organising you've done over the last year.
I'm starting my own business around Improv in business. The meetings in London I've attended have been great; full of ideas, encouraging and fun.…"
Join us Monday, November 12 for a lively, interactive session from 6 - 9pm exploring what we know about introducing, positioning and embedding applied improvisation in to organisations/ a corporate setting. We'll explore what works and cautionary tales, as well as learning from the successes of related work including experiential learning and action learning.£7 at the door. Please rsvp (and let us know if you then can't make it). Please note that we have multiple sources of attendees so…See More
Join us Thursday 18 July for a lively, interactive session from 6.30 - 9pm exploring what we know about applying improvisation in exciting and fruitful games. We'll explore what works and cautionary tales.£7 at the door. Please RSVP (and let us know if you then can't make it). Please note that we have multiple sources of attendees so don't rely on just Meet Up to indicate the numbers attending. If you like the subject - come along!See More
What happens when we use improvisation technology in service of life on Earth?Belina Raffy (http://maffick.com/) and John-Paul Flintoff (www.flintoff.org) warmly invite you on Tuesday 21 May to explore how we can connect with our inner superheroes and collectively play the most important game on Earth - Saving the World. Bring your experience, playfulness and passion. Spare y-fronts to wear on the outside of your…See More
AIN London Event: Saturday Dec 8 Festive Game Swap, Leadership Performance and Party TimeCome join us 3 - 9pm to experience joyful applied improvisation game-swapping and merry-making.Part professional development, part party, totally fun. Co-hosted by Paul Z Jackson, AIN President and Belina Raffy, AIN Board.NEW VENUE IN A THEATRE IN NORTH LONDON - check updated details Mark Trezona will be treating us to a powerful performance piece, followed by a discussion/debrief about leadership. A…See More
Please arrive at 645pm sharp so we can get you through building security. This will be our second event in the NEW VENUE - we've moved.A large pharmaceutical company in Korea wanted to change its management style from telling to engaging… from order-giving to empowerment. They hired Sue Walden for a 2 hour “lecture” on Empowerment. Sue designed an experiential session and an Empowerment Process that featured the “Yes, And” and blended in some typical management skills in a new way.Sue will…See More
My business 'Bigfoot Treasure hunt Co' - Themed Hunts around hidden London
Share a favorite 'improv epiphany'
Flinging made up 17th Century insults at a fellow actor after the audience suggested 'Musketeer'& 'Soap Opera' - I realised Improv was the escape I was looking for outside the constriction of scripts and directors..
More about you: (Short Bio or any other details you'd like people to know)
I was a professional actor for over 12 years - now I concentrate on my business / running Improv Workshops / and working as a freelance tour guide
I need help with...
Creating an Improv Programme to enable London based businesses to explore the technique of Improv - and how it can be used in decision making and problem solving
For those who missed Dr. Steve Leybourne's Webinar on Organisational Improvisation. You can catch up online. Just follow the link below. Watch Dr Steve Leybourne's Webinar
AIN MONTREAL 2015 : INVITATION FOR OFFERS
You have from now until the Monday, May 11th to make a (or several) delightful offers for our tribe’s conference. Again, ’Back to Nature’ is our theme for this 2015 AIN conference. Life on earth is creative, playful, and always improvising. In that sense, being connected to nature is being connected to our whole being, with all of our creative, playful and improvisational capacities. How does your work connect with that?