Do you know what differentiates a Nobel-prize winning scientist from their more ordinary peers? Participation in the arts! According to a ground-breaking study by Michigan State University, Nobel-prize winning scientists are 2x more likely to play a musical instrument, 7x more likely to draw or paint, 12x more likely to write poetry, plays and novels and a staggering 22x more likely to be an amateur actor, dancer, or magician. (Source: Originals by Adam Grant). So what is it that makes participation in theatre and performance so transformative for leadership development? Check out the video below and don't forget to sign up for our upcoming webinar that explains more about how experiential learning based on arts-based approaches to transformation can help you and your organisation.