“Welcome Back” Everywhere you look right now (mid-year 2021), public spaces are welcoming-back, re-opening, and re-inviting you to join them in the celebration of reconnection in what hopes to be the waning months of a staggering pandemic. As we look forward to returning to the ...

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“All work and no play makes ___ a dull person.” Insert a name and you have a grim assessment of the state of work in our world (and in The Shining film adaptation, thanks, Jack Nicholson). The well-known phrase asserts one truth and one lie. ...

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Vulnerability is a gift.  Though when you go looking for its dictionary definition, you may find something less appealing. No need to go Googling, I have done the research for you… Vulnerability is defined as “openness to attack or hurt, either physically or in other ...

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Engaging your team and keeping them engaged, especially while working remotely, is challenging. Collaborating from afar can feel disconnected when we don’t have that in-person energy. The compelling nature of improvisation launches individuals and teams to a higher level of connection, unlocking spontaneity, creativity, and ...

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Close your eyes and envision a book club: a circle of comfy seats, a group of friends, old and new, the smell of coffee, tea, or – go crazy – wine. You grasp a book, either paper or digital, in your hands, and you can’t ...

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You’ve seen it on our website, you’ve heard it if you have attended one of our online classes, but what exactly is Functional Improv™? Improv Basics To break down our beloved trademark-pending term, let’s first start with improvisation. Well, if you have found your way ...

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