Mike offers up another episode of random ideas related to turning your workplace into a more creative, inspiring, fun place to be, plus Mike’s fun at work tip offers up another fun alter ego name generator perfect for Halloween, a great quote of the week about the importance of listening to the quietest people in the room and some accidental humor: Is this really the kind of help you want?
It’s a strange question with a surprising answer: Do stronger teams make more mistakes? Plus Mike’s fun at work tip looks at the importance of planning for recognition and one company’s simple way to recognize employees, the quote of the week and the usual report from the wacky side of life.
To celebrate Customer Service Week, Michael offers up nine nifty customer services ideas that will help your business offer more inspiring customer service. Plus a great fun at work tip that will encourage more recognition at work, a funny quote of the week, and some of the winners of the Ig Nobel prizes handed out at Harvard University.
Mike offers some another episode of random musings and idea related to the world of inspiring workplaces, a fun alter ego name generator idea for your next meeting, the quote of the week and some of the wacky, fun theme days headed your way this October.
Mike talks about four great questions/ways to frame a great conversation around change in your workplace, a fun at work tip to add some humor to your business website, a great quote and some weird and wacky newspaper headlines.
Mike talks about the importance of workplace recognition and taking ownership for your own workplace happiness, a fun at work tip that’s a great way to help team mates get to know each other better, a hilarious but-oh-so true quote from Elbert Hubbard and some famous, funny last words.
This lemon-scented episode features another round of random musings and ideas related to humor at work and inspiring workplace cultures. Plus, as always, there’s a great fun at work tip, a deep thought of the week, and a story about the most Canadian thief of all time.
Inspiring, high-performing teams don’t just happen by accident. Mike offers six habits of high-performing teams, a “back to work/school” meeting icebreaker, a quote from comedy legend Gene Wilder and a preview of some of the fun, offbeat, wacky theme days headed your way this September.
Health care studies show time and time again how important trust, customer service and communication is when it comes to patient satisfaction – but are you paying attention in your business to these critical elements? Plus a fun alter ego name generator, the humor quote of the week, and some interesting news for beer drinkers.
Mike offers some creative ideas on how to jump start change and build new habits at work, a fun at work tip that will strengthen your culture and add some fun, the quote of the week, and some funny sandwich board signs.
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