12:00pm - 1:00pm ET
The World Economic Forum has identified creativity, collaboration and adaptability as key skills for the future of work. Increasingly, we are asking for leaders to execute at every level of our organizations, whether it’s in communication with our customers, giving feedback to develop their teams, or co-creating systems across an entire business. Improvisation, uniquely, provides opportunities to playfully practice leadership skills that speak to individuals, teams and organizations - promoting behaviors that are highly collaborative, inclusive, and resilient.
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Kelly Leonard is the Executive Director of Learning and Applied Improvisation at Second City Works, overseeing the Behavioral Science and Improvisation Initiative with the Center for Decision Research at the Booth School of Business. His book, “Yes, And,” was published to critical acclaim by Harper Collins. Kelly has spoken at Aspen Ideas Festival, Microsoft and TEDxBroadway. For over twenty years, he oversaw Second City’s live theatrical divisions working with such talent as Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Amy Poehler, Seth Meyers, Keegan Michael Key and others.
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.