Recently, I was having a conversation with a manager that leads a six-person team. The team is made of both inexperienced and experienced members. There are moderate and high performance, but no low performers. We were discussing the extent to which a manager allows flexibility to team members in regards to hours of work, location of work, one-on-one meetings, andRead More →

Recently, during a leadership interview, I was asked to make a connection between improvisational comedy and leadership. The person asking the question was aware of my experience playing and teaching team-based improv similar to the television show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”. The first thought that occurred to me was “framework with flexibility.” All team improv games have a frameworkRead More →