- How Intelligent Misbehavior Create Exceptional Teams
- Breaking the Rules of Leadership
- Restoring Fun in the Workplace
- Break a rule in the work place
Rick Lewis, (loo-is), Intelligent Misbehavior is the willingness to challenge the hidden rules in our culture that compromise individual and organizational excellence.
Accidental sociologist and self-proclaimed Professional Misbehaver, Rick Lewis currently presents his unique combination of entertainment, social commentary, and practical guidance for organizational change.
Individuals who break the 7 hidden rules and engage in intelligent misbehavior provide tangible value to the organizations they are members of. This is because the same practices that bring benefit to individuals also create growth in organizations.
It was Rick’s experience with Barnum that led him to build his own solo physical comedy act, incorporating his skills in theater and circus arts with his background in dance and athletics.
At the same time, a strong interest in personal growth led Rick to begin his personal development programs.
He began to weave his comedic skills and growing experience as a personal growth trainer into a fully developed program that uses comedy and theater to help educate, motivate, and inspire individuals and groups to achieve greater clarity, professionalism, and satisfaction in their business and personal lives.
Rick’s observations of human behavior in relationship to his experience with audiences from all industries and walks of life, and is the focus of his corporate meeting presentations.
Rick uses physical comedy and theater as a platform to motivate and inspire audiences about topics such as leadership, teamwork and innovation. He has a book called, 7 Rules You Were Born to Break which is about the hidden rules of our culture that actually prevent personal and professional growth.
Rick has authored three books on personal growth.
Books by Rick Lewis
- 7 Rules You Were Born to Break: How Intelligent Misbehavior Can Help You and Your Organization Thrive
- 21 Ways to Turn the Stress of Sales Into the Joy of Service: Breaking the Rules of Customer Engagement
- Sounding the Alarm on Business as Usual: Transforming Work With Intelligent Misbehavior