Here are three of the ways my team and I are creating deeper connections as we work remotely with one another and with our clients.
By playing and improvising together, we’re asserting and expanding our human need and capacity to create hope and possibility.
I’ve got some exciting news that I’m delighted to share…
Daniel H. Pink and Cathy Salit share ideas about improvisation and performance, and their applications off the stage.
When we see and relate to a team only as a collection of individuals, we’re depriving them of the power of the collective.
Learning to accept and create with improvisational “offers” can turn rejection into rejoicing.
Adding curiosity to a challenging interaction can bridge differences, repair relationships and lead to greater understanding.
Use these stage techniques to connect with your audience, draw them in, and give them a performance to remember.
Whether you’re selling a product, an idea or yourself, learning to listen, connect and play like an improviser can make all the difference.
Whether you’re a leader or a new hire, one of the first steps to having confidence is to perform more confidently — even if you don’t feel that way.