We’re the corporate education and entertainment arm of the world-renowned Second City comedy theater. We use the same methods pioneered on our stages to drive individual growth and organizational improvement. Our engaging, fun virtual learning and on-demand digital content help dispersed teams stay connected, engaged, and performing at their best.
Our professional development programs use improv-based methods to drive improvements in performance. Through fun, interactive exercises we get people excited about practicing business-critical skills. That firsthand experience completes the learning loop and helps actualize change.
We create content that uses humor and authenticity to connect with employees. We develop custom internal campaigns, or provide licensable video content, that works seamlessly with your current programming. Either way, we’re going to make people laugh, because if they’re laughing, they’re remembering.
We use interactivity, custom formats, and top-tier comedic talent to make your events more fun and educational. The events we create are all about your people and your culture. That relatability gets people laughing and keeps their attention—so your messages are more inspiring and actionable.
We help some of the world’s highest achieving companies collaborate better, invent faster, and lead with authenticity.
Kelly connects with Kim Scott to talk about the latest collaboration between Second City Works and Radical Candor: a digital learning series called "Improvising Radical Candor."
Join us for HCI's Employee Engagement virtual conference to learn how to create open lanes of communication in the virtual workplace.
There are specific risks associated with today’s work environment—data security and inappropriate social media posting, for example—in which it is important to communicate about best practices with far-flung employees.
Kelly Leonard to deliver webinar 'From Yes And To Thank You: How Improvisation & Behavioral Science Make Work Better' presented by The Institute for Performance and Learning.