Do you have a friend who’s a good listener? Why do you feel that way about him or her? It’s probably because they listen to understand – not listen to respond. There’s a subtle difference and it’s a great skill to have. Recently, I worked with a small board of directors at their annual retreat. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’m not a comedian (ask my family!) and I don’t aspire to play one on TV. I have however, been to a few sessions on the value of improv and how it is a beneficial tool in the workplace. Here are two key improv skills that can be applied to many work and home situations. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.