October 14-16: Chief Learning Officer Symposium

Join Second City Works at the CLO Symposium

October 14-16, 2019

Located at the Swissotel Chicago

Pre-networking Edu-tainment, led by Second City Works

Monday, October 14, 5:15pm - 5:30pm

Improvise This: Next Level Networking

Second City Works will get the energy back up at the end of the day and help participants take their networking to the next level. Kicking off this session, we’ll improvise to tee up the improv mindset fundamental cornerstone of listening with an others-focused perspective to create more collaborative and connected conversations

Session: Bring a Brick, Not a Cathedral. Using Improv to Build Better Together

Tuesday, October 15, 9:30am - 10:30am

Second City Works will lead participants through a series of active exercises designed to build an improvisational mindset and access new pathways to learning. Using experiential learning to practice skill-building in a low-risk environment.

The session will explore:

· Key improv tenants of Ensemble

· Others’ Focused Communication

· Creative Collaboration

Register now get access to Second City Works at the CLO Symposium.

Can’t make it to the CLO Symposium? That’s okay. We can come to you. Contact us to learn how we help improve team communication, collaboration and performance by using the same tenets of improv pioneered on our iconic comedy stages.

Developed and driven by the editors of Chief Learning Officer, the CLO Symposium is where learning, training and development professionals come together to learn from each other. By connecting with people and teams who have faced similar challenges and goals, you can learn practical applications that will help you and your team achieve the results your organization expects.

The Second City has produced some of the most unforgettable satire and influential comedians of the last sixty years. Its pioneering methods inspire the mindsets and behaviors that lead to rapid innovation and incomparable content. Second City Works uses those same methods to create professional development, content, and events that drive personal growth and organizational improvement.

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