What do actors and business leaders have in common? They both need to improvise. This workshop series inspires and empowers participants to create positive change in their lives, their communities and the world. “Leaders today are operating in organizations that face tremendous uncertainty, an accelerated pace of change and disruption. The days of stable and predictable organizations are, for the most part, behind us,” says Geffner. “Willingness to experience discomfort and learn continuously are essential. Improvisation, which comes from the discipline of drama and theater, is designed to put people in situations in which they must be present, feel vulnerable, and learn in the moment.”
She is well known for her thought leadership and advisory work with multi-sectoral organizations on improving human and organizational performance and the capacity for sustainable success.
Wednesday, February 27, 12-1:30pm, at Doheny Memorial Library (DML 240)
Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to Dr. Victoria Deguzman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A free, professional development event co-sponsored by USC WIM, METRANS, and PSR.