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Creative Corporate Programs


Watch your employees transform from regular Clark Kents to creative superheroes who will innovate your company and take it to the next level.


Our exercises allow team members get to know each other on a deeper level. It's also a great opportunity to foster connections between remote teams.


We challenge participants to work together to tackle challenges that they might initially think they can't do. By working together, everyone discovers their hidden potentials and feels accomplished and joyful!


We promote a sense of community and loyalty in a safe environment that is judgment-free so that everyone feels included, especially if they are working remotely.

Our programs use art and improv as a base and ensure a good work culture, drive workplace innovation.

They aim to promote good mental health, a sense of community and happiness. 



Hi! We are Linda and Kim, the co-founders of My Creative Break. Not long ago, our journeys in overcoming stress, mental health and illness prompted us to start a community to motivate people to get in touch with their creative side and do things they love, no matter how busy they are.


We both come from the corporate world; Kim has 8 years experience working in corporate marketing and 5 years of teaching ESL in Europe, Asia and online. Linda is an ACC/ICF certified Life Coach and has 15 years of experience as an accountant. Together, we have over 10 years of experience in team building, improv, animation, public speaking and theatre.


As women of color, our goal is to foster a safe and judgement-free environment. We aim to bring an element of fun, connectivity and creativity to your days, work meetings and events so that your teams feel accomplished, happier and more motivated, which increase productivity and business.


What makes our programs unique?


Each program is tailored to your team. We work with you before, during and after the sessions. 


All exercises benefit everyone in a unique way, while it helps them strengthen as a team.


All of the exercises are based on 'improv' principles and creativity techniques. 


We work on skills like collaboration, creativity, risk-taking, problem-solving & more.


Teams are challenged to think outside the box and work their creativity in a safe environment.


Teams get out of their comfort zones and get to know each other on a deeper level. 

Our Programs


Why we developed these programs

After our personal "creative breaks," we felt happier and refreshed, and wanted to bring this feeling to everyone to ensure good mental health. We saw that the following make people happy:

  • Doing thing they like and making time for themselves

  • Trying new things

  • Feeling supported / understood

  • Feeling accomplished

All the activities in our programs ensure these and are based on our passions - creativity and improv. "Improv," in the sense of our workshops, refers to exercises that require collaboration, spontaneity and risk-taking. For example, challenges that require teams to invent things or solve problems on the spot. Creativity and improv have personally helped us in our lives inside and outside of work. They have enabled us to get out of our comfort zones, develop essential skills like confidence, quick thinking, solving problems spontaneously and being able to adapt to changing environments. They have also helped us complete successful projects.

Companies in Quebec: Take advantage of Bill 90

Contribution to the Workforce Skills Development and Recognition Fund

Revenue Quebec may refund you for one of our programs

As stated on their website: "If your total payroll for the year is over $2 million, you are required to participate in workforce skills development for the year by allotting an amount representing at least 1% of your total payroll to eligible training expenditures.


If you have no eligible training expenditures or your eligible training expenditures are less than 1% of your total payroll, you will be required to pay into the Workforce Skills Development and Recognition Fund (WSDRF) a contribution equal to the difference between 1% of your total payroll and the amount of your eligible training expenditures."

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