Neuro-Story-telling

The more I do leadership development and presentation training, the more I find them [...]

Improvyourbiz February 2013

I rarely do open Improvyourbiz workshops. So don’t miss the one I am doing on 27th February 2013 in London. Early bird offer if you book before 26th January. What will you be missing if you fail to attend? This …
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Neil Mullarkey shows nerves can be tamed

The BBC asked me to talk about doing your best at interviews. On a sunny day I gave them the Four L’s

LONDON BUSINESS FORUM 22 MAY 2012

(Hello – these are a few notes, just to jog your memory if you were there, or spark your interest if you weren’t …Neil)

Impact: Where does it reside? Why so important?

An organisation is a social process. Not a thing, not an entity at all. In scientific terms, an organisation cannot be said to exist at [...]

neilmullarkey at TEDx

This was a step into the relatively unknown for me. Talking seriously about myself and my work. I talk about my first encounters with improv, that has become a life-long love affair. I continue to perform with The Comedy Store Players but nowadays I spend most of my time teaching the skills and drills of [...]

The Secret of Comedy

I was asked by a newspaper to write about the Secret of Comedy, summed up on one word, explained in 150. Here is what I came up with. What do you think?

The Secret of Comedy … is Listening

Whatever kind of comedy you are performing – solo or ensemble – you need to listen – to [...]

New York (Brooke T Allen)

I spent a couple of hours chatting with him and his assistant Adrienne about [...]

Why I've ended up here

Last week I did my improv workshops for three different organizations. This is what I do much of the time. I love it. I had a thought today about why I feel so comfortable spreading the message.

Improv is about listening. It explicitly recognises that we have different perceptions but that we can still work together. [...]

Tea With the Economist

I did this video interview with the famous magazine in London. Starting out as L. Vaughan Spencer, then I become me. I normally avoid mixing but I think we got away with it…

Mike Myers

This blog went live on March 1st but I’ve been rather busy with the two things that take up nearly all my time – improv and fatherhood. My intention was to write regularly on the former, and the insights I gain when working with organizations through ImprovYourBiz.

But today – 31st March 2010 –  is the [...]