I am back again with a podcast episode, a very special one this time. My guest is Sue Walden from San Francisco (US) and she is a force to be reckoned with in the area of improv for non-theatrical purposes, or: applied improv.
If you think about going from improv to applied improv, or if you are a very experienced trainer already, there are many great recommendations and gems in this conversation. And just some very lovely, personal stories as well. It is well worth your time.
In this interview we talk about:
- how working with a partner has kick started her career;
- what obstacles she has overcome;
- what she did when she got ‘a little tiny bit bored’;
and much, much more.
- ImprovWorks - Sue's website
- AIN - Applied Improvisation Network, international network of applied improvisers
- Flash Family - Sponteaneous impro from San Francisco
- Yes and... Your business - book on improvisation in organizations
- Yes and... Your Mental Agility - book on improvisation and mental flexibility in organizations
- Paul Z Jackson - his website (and he also has a podcast)
- Books Sue wrote (including a cookbook!)
- List of resources Books Sue recommends (PDF-file)
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