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Improvisational Techniques for Leaders

  • January 14, 2022
  • 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
  • Virtual
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FCA is pleased to host this webinar

"Improvisational Techniques for Leaders"

Friday, January 14, 2022

4:30 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. (EST)

Presented by

Rachel Stromberg, VP of Learning and Development, Mad Cowford Improv Comedy 

Many people believe that improv is about being funny. In fact, it is actually about the ability to work effectively with others within the constraints of your circumstances.  What are constraints? Constraints can be a small budget, a short turnaround time, not having enough resources, unexpected challenges or frequent changes. You know, everyday life!

You improvise all the time: in conversations, meetings, your social life, and taking care of your family. You are making your life up as you go! But, what if you could enhance the improv skills you already use daily to help you lead yourself and others more effectively?

Who would benefit from this specific presentation?  People with a desire to improve their ability to collaborate, solve problems creatively, think on their feet, and feel more comfortable when unpredictable things happen?

This webinar is being offered FREE to FCA MEMBERS and just $10.00 for non-FCA Members.  


About the Presenter. . . . With over 20 years of experience in leadership and employee development, Rachel Stromberg specializes in instructional design and facilitation for talent management and employee engagement.  Rachel is a three-time recipient of the UNF Excellence in Employee Development Award for facilitation and instructional design and served on the Board of Directors for the North East Florida Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) for 12 years; including the role of Chapter President.  

Rachel’s biggest passion is improvisational theater. She began performing improv in 2004 and instructing in 2006. She is the VP of Training and Development and a founding member of Mad Cowford Improv Comedy; an organization specializing in improvisational performances, corporate entertainment, and corporate training leveraging improvisational techniques for professional learning and development.   

Contributions to book publications include The Book of Road-Tested Activities (for Training), and 101 Ways to Make Training Interactive, both by Wiley Publishing. Contributions to training industry publications include The Bob Pike Group for Creative Training Techniques and the Association for Talent Development Rachel was featured as a TEDx Talk speaker for Florida State College of Jacksonville delivering “What Improv Has Taught Me About Leadership…and Life and Ironing, and the Fine Art of Appliqué.” 

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