There is an old saying about a chain being as strong as the weakest link. Each link is important, but only when working together to strengthen the chain. Performers on improv teams are like a chain. And so are radio shows. Each cast member depends on one another to entertain. If a show doesn’t go well, all individuals fail. Teamwork is critical.

In this article, I’ll show how important teamwork is to radio shows, just as it is in improv. Including:

  • The 3 keys to making teamwork successful.
  • How body language is just as important to a radio team as what comes out of your mouth.
  • Why a radio show with personalities that don’t trust one another is destined to fail.
  • What it means to be a great teammate on the air. 

3 Keys to Teamwork on a Radio Show

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