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Monday, October 3 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Becoming the Perfect Team: How Improv Helps Startups Thrive | 2:00 - 3:30 PM

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Team dynamics make and break early-stage startups. But what if working together became your biggest competitive advantage?

In this session, we will unpack how to use the secrets of world-class improvisers to do more together, make decisions faster, and solve problems you thought were intractable. You will learn...

- The core principles for improv and how they work in startups.
- How to embrace conflict as a source for new ideas and trust-building.
- 3 mad-libs you can use to stop going in conversational circles.
- A super-simple framework for helping teammates get unstuck.

Whether you’re a team of 2 or 200, find out exactly how to work together unreasonably well.

Austin Startup Week is supported in part by Capital FactoryTechstarsGalvanize, and Janik Vinnakota LLP. If you see someone from their teams, give them a hug and hi-five!   

Speakers
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Trevor Boehm

Cofounder, Assemble
Trevor cofounded Assemble, which coaches and facilitates conversations between teams at their inflection and stuck points. He is also a Venture Fellow at UnLtd USA. Trevor led the launch of Get Backed, a bestselling book on startup fundraising, has designed programs at the Acton School of Business, and was the founder of the e-commerce startup Penny.
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Reagan Pugh

College Completion Advisor, PelotonU
Reagan taught a leadership course at Texas State University, Trinity University, and San Angelo State. He was the chief storyteller at the innovation consulting firm Kalypso. He’s a Teach For America alumni and the Editor-In-Chief of Placeness, a literary journal about Austin and those who call it home.


Monday October 3, 2016 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Techstars 412 Congress Ave. #200

Attendees (70)