How has the Second City Improvisation Theater been improvising through crises?
Find out by listening to Episode 176. Scott and I speak with returning guest Kelly Leonard, Executive Director Of Insights And Applied Improvisation at Second City Works, the business arm of the Second City Improvisation Theater.
His book, “Yes, And,” received rave reviews in Vanity Fair and The Washington Post. He co-leads a new partnership with Booth School at the University of Chicago that studies behavioral science through the lens of improvisation. (read more about Kelly below)
You’ll find out:
- How The Second City has flexed its improvisational and comedy muscle to change its business model and increase resilience in the wake of multiple crises
- Principles for appropriately using improvisation, humor, and comedy to navigate tough times
- Three immediately actionable steps for employing improvisation and comedy to help messages get through and stick – even during a crisis