December 19, 2016

When Chaos Turns to Music: Lessons from the Chicky Chicky Boom Boom Challenge

Music is this elusive thing that is to be taught and learned and practiced. Right? Well, what if we get rid of that assumption and say maybe music is for everyone. Let […]
July 30, 2016
The Ignorant Maestro

The Ignorant Maestro [Book Review]

Musical knowledge isn’t required when it comes to understanding lessons of leadership and partnership from great musicians, musical groups, and conductors. Organizations often reflect styles of music, changing and growing over time. […]
July 1, 2016
Why Music

Why Music?

As professionals in the teambuilding and facilitation space, we have the opportunity to run exciting, out of the box activities that bring teams closer together while allowing for meaningful ideas to arise. […]
December 21, 2015

Being a Better Team: 4 Lessons from the Orchestra

When we hear the word team, we think of a group of people coming together to create, produce, or accomplish something together. Some of the best and most common examples of good […]
November 23, 2015

4 Leadership Lessons from the World of Jazz

I like to say that jazz is like a nice glass of wine. Why do I say that? Well, perhaps because I love jazz and I love wine, and who doesn’t! But […]
November 18, 2015

Can We Make Music Without Instruments?

Music is all around us. It exists in the songs of the birds, in the waves of the oceans, and in a child’s laughter. Music even shows up in some unlikely places […]