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“A sense of humor is part of the art of leadership, of getting along with people, of getting things done.”
~Dwight D. Eisenhower
As the Speaker, Trainer, and Improv Coach, American Laughing Champion and Second City-trained Julie Ostrow teaches organizations and corporate teams to use improv skills to improve Creativity, Communication, Team Building, Problem Solving, and Productivity with their clients and within their organizations. She teaches the benefits of using humor, laughter, and improv in all aspects of our lives, including in the workplace.
Having more than 20 years of corporate marketing communications experience, Julie is able to identify the trigger points of miscommunication and low morale in the corporate culture. By infusing her corporate experience with her humor, laughter, and improv tools, she is able to guide organizations to communication, connection, and creativity. Resulting in re-inspired teams and increased productivity.
Julie conducts humor, laughter, and improv workshops for corporations, healthcare organizations, conventions, and schools.
Julie’s enthusiasm and passionate spirit, combined with her comedic insight, help to make her a warm and engaging presenter and workshop facilitator. Her personal motto, “find the funny,” helps her to find humor in everyday moments and in life’s seemingly most difficult situations…and she’ll help your teams do the same! She also performs improv and stand-up comedy for a variety of events.
Julie is a contributor to The Positive Psychology People blog.
“Positive psychology should not only have as a useful side effect the prevention of serious mental illness, but it also holds the potential to create, as a direct effect, an understanding and a scientifically informed practice of the pursuit of the best things in life and of family and civic virtue.” – Dr Martin Seligman, 1998 (http://www.thepositivepsychologypeople.com/articles/)
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