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ASHRM Past-President’s Powerful Testimonial re: Medical Improv Session

I was honored to present the General Session for the New England Regional Risk Management Society on May 1, 2016.   We had fun and the learning was profound.  Here’s a testimonial that I am extremely excited about and know … Continue reading

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Experience the Goldmine for ‘Soft’ Skill Development! Medical Improv w/ Beth Boynton & Judy Ringer!

Imagine a workshop that will help you and/or your staff communicate, collaborate, and lead more effectively!  One that will be so much fun you won’t even realize you’re working!  And  positive results that will ripple out into your life and workplace … Continue reading

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What I Learned @ My Own Assertiveness in an Improv Game: Death in One Minute

I was having coffee with David LaGraffe recently and we were talking about the core values in teaching and learning improv.  I’ve taken classes with him over the years at Lights Up Improv and have learned so much and had lots … Continue reading

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