We can’t wait ’til March 15th.
“What we do know is comedy is an extremely effective tool if you want to talk about taboo subject matter, if you want to break down social barriers and if you want to connect people,” –Kelly Leonard, Executive Director of Insights and Applied Improvisation
The Washington Post examined how an increasing number of workplaces are relying on new methods to tackle anti-harassment training. Second City Works was featured in the story as an industry innovator using humor and empathy to create safer environments, focusing on the “importance of being a bystander and advocating for colleagues when you see that there are things that are going wrong,” according to Second City president Steve Johnston.
Read “How to not offend your co-workers and lose your job” now via The Washington Post.