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"I love the language "learning burst" because I use them throughout a session and not always at the beginning. If the room starts to feel stale or too content heavy, a learning burst sparks some energy. I place them at the start of a…"
May 9, 2012
Elaine Broe is now a member of The Applied Improvisation Network
I design leadership programs for lululemon athletica. A dynamic company that embraces fun, risk, and attitude. I'm also a leadership consultant. I facilitate programs on a range of leadership topics from self development, strengths leadership, to presentation skills and strategic planning. I previously worked at The Banff Centre as a Director of Leadership Development, where my love of theatre and facilitation first began!
What is your main interest in this network?
Education, Networking, Improv Resources
What kind of person are you?
What kinds of improv-related services are you involved in?
The day I realized I couldn't keep up with myself. We did a life sculpting activity in a leadership course I attended. I stood back and looked at the tableau of the life I was living and thought, "What the hell am I doing to myself?"
More about you: (Short Bio or any other details you'd like people to know)
"I think the biggest design project anyone can have is their own life" - Jessi Arrington
My passion is learning and supporting others in their learning journey. I love providing people an opportunity to expand their understanding of themselves and those around them. I want to be best in the world at creating a transformational learning environment through my design and facilitation of meaningful experiences and laugh out loud conversations.
I need help with...
Increasing my tool kit of creative, experiential ways to facilitate and engage people in transformational learning. I want to take people on journey's they didn't know existed within themselves.
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