, the company she founded and heads as CEO. And you’ll hear Diehl laugh easily and regularly during the hundreds of episodes of the that she hosts.Whatever the forum, Diehl—whose roster of clients includes Walgreens, Amazon Web Services, U.S.
Cellular, LinkedIn, the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and the Obama Foundation—tries to give people “the gentlest nudge” to get out of their comfort zone.
Improv’s experiential approach is useful because one of its core principles is an apt metaphor for life—the idea that there are no mistakes, only gifts. “If we constantly look at things that may be deemed in our life as failures, we haven’t learned the lesson,” she explains.To teach these lessons, Diehl draws on personal experience. “I’ve had so many instances in my life where I’ve had to be resilient and bounce back from failure and do it quickly,” she says. “Through those lessons, I have learned tips and tricks that, if I kept [them] to myself, I would feel wrong doing.” Audiences may not receive these tips and tricks quite so well today were it not for the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more on success.com