Do you wish you could run a meeting like Tina Fey? Or work a room like Stephen Colbert? It's not just about humor in the workplace (although that, too, is vital) but how to work as a truly collaborative team and learning to stop fearing failure. The new book Yes, And: How Improvisation Reverses "No, But" Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration - Lessons from The Second City, coauthored by Tom Yorton and Kelly Leonard, incorporates lessons from the legendary improvisational theater troupe into business best practices.
©2015 Tom Yorton (P)2015 American Management Association International
Gives some quick insights on how developing comedy and improvisation skills can help in personal and professional settings. I'll be picking up Yes, And because of this.
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