Eight ways to add some summer fun at work to your office this summer, a wacky alter-ego meeting name generator, a great quote from John Cleese, and some of the offbeat July theme days headed your way this July.
Mike shares five key insights on how to create happier workplaces, plus a fun get-to-know-you-better-meeting icebreaker, a great creativity quote from the one and only John Cleese, and some accidentally funny road signs.
Mike talks about some disturbing survey results around the topic of open workplace communication, Recess at Work Day, an insightful humor quote of the week, and a wacky new museum opening up in Sweden.
It’s another episode of random musing and ideas related to creating more fun, innovative, rocking workplaces, plus Mike’s fun at work tip offers up a fun ritual or contest to try out in your workplace, a great quote of the week from Thomas Edison, and a funny study by some funny scientists.
Mike shares an inspiring mission statement from Virgin Airline’s, a very nice fun at work tip to help you recognize the nice things at work, a great quote of the week from ad legend Terry O’Reilly, and a sneak peak at some of the fun June theme days headed your way.
Michael shares a great customer service lesson from Disney (yes, them again), a fabulously simple fun at work tip that shows sometimes small gestures have huge payoffs, the quote of the week from Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams, and some more horridly awkward and hilarious analogies from high school students.
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