Thrive Global interviewed ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, who shared her thoughts about how she handles being an extremely busy executive and a great parent.
Our Director of Sales and Senior Facilitator, Brooke Cartus, was recognized by Columbus Business First as one of 40 leaders under the age of 40 who has demonstrated impressive career achievements and unparalleled community involvement.
In this article on Inc.com, Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge, says that presentations are all about what we do with our bodies. The trick is to make yours have impact.
ATD interviews ImprovEdge CEO Karen Hough about her book, Go With It: Embrace the Unexpected to Drive Change.
Harvard Business Review quotes ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, about how to have difficult conversations.
In this article for Training Magazine, Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge, shares how and why to “Show Up For the Leaders in the Room.”
Lead Instructional Designer and Senior Facilitator, Erika Jackson, shares her story and tips for giving honest feedback without being hurtful.
Authority Magazine interviewed ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, about 5 Leadership Lessons she has learned from her experience as a strong female leader.
Host Dr. Maribeth Kuzmeski, PhD on the C-Suite Network interviewed ImprovEdge CEO Karen Hough who shared how the improv abilities she practiced at Second City led to the business she runs today.
Louisville Business First interviewed ImprovEdge CEO Karen Hough before her morning keynote at the Integrating Women Leaders conference in Louisville.
Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge, writes for Huffington Post about the importance of women not only taking their seats, but practicing what it’s like to be there.
Smart Business Magazine features Karen Hough’s ideas about innovation, gender differences, team equity, and more.
Columbus Business First interviewed Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge, about her two decades in business using improv as the training catalyst.
A good book is every successful entrepreneur’s constant companion. Inc.com features recommendations and reviews from millionaire entrepreneurs, including Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge.
Karen shares her journey with CEO Spotlight Radio as a 20+ year business owner as well as tips for improvising your way to the top.
Columbus CEO Magazine talked with ImprovEdge about their growth and innovative training programs.
The Columbus Dispatch interviews Karen Hough about her book, The Improvisation Edge.
Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever: Break the Rules, Make Mistakes and Win Them Over by ImprovEdge Founder and CEO Karen Hough has been named Gold honoree in the Benjamin Franklin Digital Awards.
LJWorld.com writes that Keynote Speaker Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge, raises money for hometown nonprofit organization.
ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, receives Certified Speaking Professional® (CSP) Certification from National Speakers Association.
Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge, shares on Huffington Post how and why to break this presentation rule and win over your audience.
In this interview with Entrepreneurs of Columbus, ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, shares a turning point in her business, what the city of Columbus means to the business, and much more.
See all articles by ImprovEdge CEO Karen Hough on Huffington Post.
In this article for Mashable, ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, explains how boundaries can actually boost creativity.
With over a decade managing a virtual team and over 8 years training virtually, Authority Magazine interviewed ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, for this article called 5 Things You Need To Know To Successfully Manage a Remote Team.
Karen Hough, CEO of ImprovEdge, shares “The curse of knowledge” with Thrive Global.
Go With It: Embrace the Unexpected to Drive Change is culled from decades of working with business innovators. Teams caught up in old patterns of thought and action? With improvisation, they can prepare, play, and think upside down to find new and innovative answers. The author shows how anyone can learn to be more creative, innovative and better at managing change. It just takes flexibility, humor, and focus that’s improv.
One reason public speaking is such a nightmare for so many people is that they think they have to be “perfect.” They drive themselves crazy trying to conform to all sorts of handed-down rules that tie them up in knots and put their audiences to sleep. Karen Hough says you can throw out those rules, relax, be yourself, make “mistakes,” and connect with your audience much more effectively than the guy with the impeccable PowerPoint slides.
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How critical is trust? In a world that has been rocked by governmental and corporate ethics violations, it is the single most important factor in successful careers and relationships. This book combines over a decade of research and work in the field of improvisational learning and how it builds trust.
The deck is divided into four suits, packed with activity cards. You’ll find simple exercises and tips that range from creating an elevator pitch, to negotiating with a client, to getting your team involved in a fabulous and productive meeting. Develop your personal skills, work with a partner, or challenge your entire team. However you cut it, you’ll benefit from getting out from behind your desk, flexing your mind, and looking at your work and life in a whole new way.