Here are three exercises that can help individuals discover and implement a resiliency practice for themselves and their work teams - virtual or otherwise.
In improvisation we are taught to play the scene we’re in, not the scene we want to be in which forces us to embrace uncertainty, unease and disconnectedness.
It has long been accepted that practicing improv helps people better adapt to change and think more creatively, but there was little scientific evidence to back it up...until now!
The Second City Brings Comedy to Your Couch! New live-streamed entertainment, education & business programming launches online.