Why is it that some computers have a better sense of humor than some humans? This question led to this week’s topic: Anticipating needs is the key to great customer service, inspiring leadership, innovation and humor! Plus five simple and fun tips for making sure your meetings start on time and how a belly laugh a day might just be what the doctor ordered.
There’s a reason advertisers spend a lot of time trying to make us laugh. Here are three great reasons why humor can help you with any workplace communication campaign (and yes, we’ll get to the mimes). Plus Mike’s fun at work tip featuring a simple way to add humor to your voice mail, the humor quote of the week and stunning new research suggests there are no time travelers to be found online! (I can’t believe it either!)
Seven Resolutions or an Inspiring Year at Work: Seven commitments your team needs to make to build a rocking great workplace culture. Plus Mike’s fun at work tip, the quote of the week and some of the wacky January theme days headed your way this January.
Mission Inspiring: Some great examples on how businesses have defined or re-defined the mission of their employees to create a more inspiring perspective and organization. Plus Mike’s fun at work tip on how to end the month, quarter or year on a high note,
The science of humor and the humor of science. Mike talks about some wacky and creative fun ideas courtesy the Creative Science Quarterly. And as always, Mike’s fun at work tip, the quote of the week and quick story from our wacky file!
Looking for more ideas in your workplace? Here’s some simple and fun ways to improve the quantity of ideas you get from employees, plus a fun at work tip featuring elves, the humor quote of the week, and some wacky December theme days to celebrate in your workplace.
An inspiring prescription for job descriptions: Are your job descriptions creative, conversational and fun? Plus Mike’s fun at work tip will have you humming while you work, a fabulous quote of the week about employee motivation and hey, why not start your own country?
Meeting in the late afternoon? Tired of people drooling and passing out at the board room table? Here’s four tips to help you trump the afternoon slump, plus four tips on how to use funny quotes effectively, and four funny new terms that might just apply to your office!
Mike’s visits a couple of real dirt bags and discovers a truly fun, inspiring, innovative workplace culture that is driving phenomenal success. Also, Mike’s fun at work tip that borrows an inspiring idea from Microsoft, the pun of the week in honor of pun day, and why fonts matter more than you might think!
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