The definition of the Mindset of Discovery emerged from 20 years of helping companies build and activate cultures aligned with their values and fueled by engaged leaders and innovators, able to thrive in an ever-changing business landscape.
Play, joy and community await you! Join our virtual learning cohort and learn how to move away from a mindset of fear using our proven methodology and approach – transformative laughter.
2019 was a year full of innovation and learning – we are SO grateful to have had the opportunity to share transformative laughter with you all!
Happy Holidays from the Brave New Workshop! As we enter into a new decade, I wanted to share some observations I’ve made in the past year while working with leaders of some of the best companies in the world.
Event professionals unanimously agree: hiring a professional emcee to host your event is worth the cost. Here are five reasons why:
To get better and spend more time in the Mindset of Discovery, we must practice the behaviors that lead us there.
John Sweeney, co-author of The Innovative Mindset and owner of the Brave New Workshop comedy theatre, gives six suggestions for practicing the art of “Listening.”
My life work is sharing the mindset and behaviors inherent in improvisation with as many people as possible, because I believe it’s one of the most simple, powerful and fun practices on the planet. In meeting more than 10,000 students in this human laboratory for...
The Brave New Workshop celebrated its 60th year of stirring conversations, sparking innovation, and most importantly helping people practice being in a mindset of connection, creativity, and forward-moving action vs. one of fear. We are fortunate to continue this work because of you. Thank you.
I was the one in the owl costume. If you attended our fall 2018 MNovation conference, you probably noticed the avian trio strutting around the conference center and down Hennepin Ave. They were a lovely bunch. Well, some of them. There was the duck. A fuzzy yellow...
Humans have the agency for change. That is what makes us such fantastic innovators. We can take a problem and turn it into a much more interesting solution. We can reinvent. There is no such thing as a cure-all, but this is the closest we’ve gotten.
Soft skills matter. They are what define the 21st century worker and will be all that’s left after the robots take over. An employee can produce only a certain amount of product without a proper handle on soft skills. For example, an innovator in the automotive world will have no luck marketing his or her product without prowess in public speaking. In the current industry climate, these types of skills are becoming increasingly essential. Companies do not simply want the work done; they want it done well. And until robots figure out how to lead a multi-faceted interactive speaking seminar, that’s up to us.