Why An Improv Workshop?
Absolutely anyone—CEOs, nurses, accountants, introverts, extroverts—can learn to successfully apply the tools of improv comedy to cultivate more energy, spontaneity, self-trust, and creativity in everyday life.
Improv comedy requires quick thinking, collaboration, getting out of our own way, and being in the moment without being a perfectionist. These are skills we can all learn to use to be happier and more effective each day.
Katie's funny and fast-paced workshops—from break-out sessions to day-long trainings—are smart, lively, approachable, and engaging. And they are customizable for your event.
Katie will work with you to create an energizing and playful atmosphere, while offering participants real tangible tools and insights to meet your conference or retreat goals.
How Constraint Breeds Creativity And Innovation
Dreaming and scheming is a good thing but there are always constraints. Like any rules of improvisation, constraints actually help us be more creative. They offer boundaries and limit our choices, helping us avoid overwhelm. Learn how to look at your budget and other constraints as useful tools to keep creativity flowing.
Read, Fire, Aim: How to Use Creative Risk-Taking For Success
Exercises and Games That Inspire Your Team to Work Together In A Completely New, Creative and Supportive Way.
Embracing A Change You Didn’t Ask For
All businesses and organizations go through changes either all at once or slowly over time if they want to keep growing and staying relevant. Some people get excited about change and some fear it completely -- and everywhere in between. But everyone needs to know how to free their minds and habits from how things have been done before and rock at innovation. Here's how.
Women Killing It: Now Is Our Time
For all women — leaders, employees, teams, individuals — this is the time we’ve been waiting for. How to Own Your Authentic Voice and support other women through collaboration, The “Yes And” Principle, and speaking up.
Get Lost: Being Comfortable In The Unknown
How to give up rigid attachment and learn to thrive in all stages of growth: personally and professionally. Being flexible and allowing for creativity and collaboration as you move forward, adapting and innovating along the way to building something that you can’t quite see the end game of yet, but know is going to be brilliant.
Like A Shot of Wheat Grass For Your Mind and Your Team. (But tastes better.)