BETTER TEAMWORK + BETTER RESULTS
Improv comedy isn't just for the stage. With applied improv comedy training, we can turn your team into better collaborators and more productive leaders. Our workshops, focused on the core improv tenet of 'saying yes,' highlight how your teams can uncover the strongest results for your company while working together.
And, oh yeah, they're really fun.
Our facilitators are experts in bringing improv skills and principles into the workplace. Facilitators have worked with organizations like Harvard University, RISD, Rhode Island College, Providence College, Community Provider Network of Rhode Island and premiere companies like CVS, athenahealth, Workable and Vendr.
IMPROVE TEAMWORK WITH "YES, AND"
Refocus your cross-functional teams with a new approach to collaboration rooted in improv comedy. Learn how to say yes, make ideas better, and listen to one another.
3hrs \ $150p
CREATIVITY FOR TECH PROFESSIONALS
Luke Bruneaux, PhD. teaches how comedy can improve your tech management. For engineering, development, and scientific teams.
3hrs. \ $250p
SPEAKING UP + BEING HEARD
Improve your team's communication skills with this confidence-building workshop. Designed for diverse and marginalized groups.
2hrs. \ $100p
CURING BACK-TO-THE-OFFICE BLUES
Reframe the anxieties about returning to the office with this workshop focused on fun.
2hrs. \ $75p
"YES, AND" SAMPLER
We get your team out of their chairs, being creative and having fun.
1hr. \ $25p
Treat your team to something a little different! We will make you, your boss, and even Steve from accounting the star of our custom-designed improv show. Hosted at our 40-seat theater in Pawtucket, at your company holiday party, or even in your conference room - we are experts at showing everyone a good time.
1 hr. \ prices vary
WHAT COMPANIES SAY ABOUT WORKING WITH KISMET
"I am hearing things like best off-site yet; can’t believe how much fun it was; I did not stop laughing the entire time. The experience really brought the team back together and made the past two years seem like a distant memory."