In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Anne Libera about her time teaching comedy and improv at The Second City. She starts with reflections on the relationship between improv and behavior. Later, Anne shares why she created the first Comedy Writing Degree in the U.S. We also discuss the three elements of Comedy: Recognition, Pain, and Distance. Listen for thoughts on how and why we might bring comedy into our lives.
The theme for this year's summit was IMPACT, which encouraged us to reflect on the impact we have on our clients, our careers, and on each other.
The tools now available to the public are incredibly powerful and are ushering in a momentous time of discovery. The availability of such powerful AI tools has opened up new avenues for discovery and innovation in various fields.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Reed Coke about his decades of experience teaching others about AI. He begins with reflections on how he started. Later, Reed explores human learning with machine learning. We also discuss what new roles may emerge for humans. Listen in to reflect on what makes humans inherently unique as humans.
AI is transforming the way we work, communicate, and interact with the world. The potential benefits of AI are enormous, but so are the challenges.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Nick about his experience working in Design Systems and adopting tech while keeping the people in mind. He begins with reflections on collaboration. Later, Nick explores cultures of innovation and the importance of ‘first draft thinking’. We also discuss feedback loops, governance, and starting small when implementing change. Listen in for example of the value of design system.
Seven tips that facilitators (or anyone) can use when planning and leading their next event inspired by Priya Parker.