Here are three exercises that can help individuals discover and implement a resiliency practice for themselves and their work teams - virtual or otherwise.
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!
An estimated 12% of all US adults experience social anxiety disorder at some time in their lives, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. If you take the current population, that's nearly 40 million people. Find out how an improv class is helping the anxious.
End the fun? Nah. But leading creative minds requires creative leadership.
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.
When I was starting out in Chicago theater I was fortunate to work with some of the city’s more renowned and well respected actors.
As an artist, you long for the day that you finally find your voice; that unique perspective that lends to your experience, observations and opinions.
Being bored is my least favorite state of mind.