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Walter Driver, the mind behind startup Scopely, says improv helps with interacting with people in real-time and in a spontaneous way. His company even offers improv classes to staffers.
Adam Braun, CEO and founder of Pencils of Promise, notes that improv performances help entrepreneurs develop stage presence and much-needed authenticity.
Take a look at how this surprising skill has transformed the way these founders communicate in this candid discussion. Tune back in for the next episode of this five-part video series shot during the last Empact Showcase held at the United Nations.