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improve it! Podcast – Developing Teams and Leaders Through Play, Improv & Experiential Learning

Jan 5, 2022

Are you looking to grow to be a purpose-driven leader and to hold yourself accountable in 2022?

If so, tune today's episode is for you. Today we have an amazing guest that will help you improve and grow in this new year.

Audrey Cavenecia is the Chief Content Officer, Co producer for Amplify Voices, the co-host alongside NFL coach Pete Carroll for the Amplify Voices podcast and host of the Unlikely podcast on leadership. A talented storyteller and visionary systems thinker, Audrey has decades of experience in leadership development, entertainment production, and content marketing with a focus on championing humanity in all people.

She has worked alongside some of the most influential leaders in the world—including speaker and author Tony Robbins and Oracle founder Larry Ellison—to develop and empower new visionaries as well as build major brands through stories and insights around authentic human connection. No matter the sector, she continues to build bridges between what is and what can be, with storytelling as the scaffolding.

In today’s episode, we will discuss:

  • How you can show up purposefully, not only for yourself – but for your team,
  • How to turn micro aggressions into micro expressions
  • decisiveness versus choices - and choosing who you are going to be in the face of crisis or circumstances that are beyond your control


Grab your notebook, this one has some juicy nuggets! Enjoy.

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