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Improvised Conversations: Using Humor to Talk about Difficult Subjects

Kelly talks to Anne Libera, who runs Second City's Comedy Studies Program with Columbia College, about how humor can be a vehicle to address tricky subject matter and strengthen bonds between people, communities and organizations.

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Forging Fearlessness

April is Stress Awareness Month, and while stress can loom on the horizon like a rain-cloud or just show up like an uninvited house guest, it’s our awareness of how we handle stress that can be beneficial.

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Cultivating Success

Before I came to the big city, I lived in a small town.

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Judgement-Less Creativity

Remember make believe? As kids, the world is a game.

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Getting Old White Guys To Come To Your Diversity Training

“Where are all the old white guys,” I blurted out, accidentally voicing what I was thinking. Everybody in the room looked at each other and grew quiet. It was a terrible question.

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How Can Comedy Help Biglaw With Issues Related To Gender, Diversity, And Inclusion?

It’s no secret that America’s largest law firms are lacking in diversity.

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