restarting my consulting practice, Resource Catalysts (R|CAT), which means all administrative activities, office organization, contractual agreements, insurance considerations, business development and outreach, social media, reactivating my domains, and nerd work; and
preparing for my San Diego conference presentation as R|CAT, which means creating power point slides for a 20-minute presentation; and
updating my brown bag / luncheon interactive improv + talk – On Considering Improv 101 – to do and share with others, which means identifying several “go-to” improv exercises, warm-ups, and short form games to take on the road, similar to what I did in November 2014 for a specialty Toastsmaster lunch time event; and
updating my co-presented 2013 conference session (estimated for 75-90 minutes) – Who’s a Servant Leader Anyway? – that was presented at an annual Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership conference with my colleague Jeff Miller (who is in Indiana) –
– which means preparing three flexible presentation versions as a solo-presenter –
– a short, overview version that highlights creating habits and practices for servant leadership characteristics via improv activities and philosophies;
– a deconstruction of the conference session into three stand-alone, multi-session presentations that step through the behavior design framework for a servant-leader to practice and apply in real life – the improv philosophies and activities that can be shared with others; and
– a conference presentation version that Jeff or I can present, comparable to assuring the objectives of the original presentation remain.
And of course, I am involved with a few performing improv endeavors. Just a few and then some.
Meanwhile, what are you Rebooting and Refreshing?