Make the most of your vacation, balance your time off effectively so you don’t end up like your passport photo. Plus a fun alter ego name generator to use at your office BBQ, picnic or next meeting and the winner of the best/wackiest newspaper headline ever!
Can humor boost your sales? Can a frog help you negotiate a better deal? Plus Mike’s fun at work tip, a great quote about how to treat employees and a preview of the wacky August theme days headed your way.
Some random ideas for a more inspiring workplace, including a great tip on how to create more effective meeting agendas. Plus Mike’s fun at work tip features a great meeting icebreaker, the quote of the week from Bob Hope and some wacky humor found on business signs.
One of the keys to a truly great, inspiring workplace culture is to encourage employees to anticipate needs – what Google calls, “french fry moments.” Plus a fun meeting idea, a great quote about what a sense of humor is really all about, and a preview of the wacky, fun theme days headed your way in July!
One way to engage employees and build a powerfully inspiring workplace culture is to tap into employees’ sense of pride in their work. Plus some “FUN-raising” ideas, a great quote by John Cleese, and a warning about our low attention spans!
It’s Smile Month! Some random workplace thoughts and ideas to make you smile…plus a great fun at work tip, inspiring quote of the week and a wacky idea that should be brought to every city on the planet!
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