Jason Ronje has been doing ComedySportz for almost half of his existence on earth. Previously coming from Houston, TX, he has been an Ensemble member here in Chicago for over a year now. Jason is known for both his love of pugs and the word y’all. While he loves making people laugh from our stage, he is an all around do-gooder, believing in the best of people and...
If you know me, you know I have a bit of a man-crush on Joe Maddon. The funky glasses, the tousled hair, the WINNEBAGO!! I mean, c’mon!
Well, his opening remarks at spring training only served to deepen my admiration for Joe. Two themes particularly stood out to me: "Authenticity" and "Being Uncomfortable".
“Authenticity” and “Being Uncomfortable”. I think there’s a lot in those two concepts that the event industry could learn. So I spoke with my colleague Katie Callahan-Giobbi because she knows the event industry, she’s super smart, and I knew she would have some great reactions to the concepts of “Being Authentic” and “Being Uncomfortable”. She did not disappoint.
I have a lot of requests from clients for “team building”. It’s become clear to me that everyone means something slightly different when they say “team building”. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but perhaps we could all benefit from some shared understanding when we’re using the term.
In my experience “team building” falls into one of two categories:
asked my planner colleagues what their clients mean when they say “teambuilding”. The results were very interesting. I was struck by how much a charitable element appeared in their comments. I was also impressed (as I always am by my planner colleagues) by how cognizant they are that their client may have different meanings for “teambuilding”. Below is a collection
Welcome to CSz Theater Chicago’s new website! Our ether face now better reflects our diverse and dynamic 3D operations in the heart of the Windy City’s vibrant Lakeview neighborhood: we’ve got new branding and intuitive navigation to encompass the clarity and energy of our flagship, family-friendly game based improvisation ComedySportz shows, founded in 1987, as well as adult content Signature shows, corporate shows and workshops, group and special events business, customized school and faith community presentations, Training Center classes, the next generation of improvisation via our House Teams, and