Get inspired! Get motivated! Get laughing!
You Can’t Be Serious! provides a compelling argument for taking humour, laughter and play more seriously in our workplaces. This 222-page book offers more than 200 ideas on how you can add humour to your workplace and includes dozens of examples of business that put humour to work.
You’ll learn why laughter truly is the best medicine when it comes to creating less stressful, healthier, more creative and more productive workplaces. You’ll discover simple ways to motivate yourself and your colleagues, learn why “HA +HA = AHA!”, and discover how to practice “safe” humour at work without getting fired! You’ll also learn why laughter is so healthy for us, how a sense of humour can help make the office commute more bearable, how humour can help workplaces manage change, why a sense of humour can create truly inspiring customer service experiences, how to lead with laughter, and why a team that laughs together, stays together.
The book features fun examples, hilarious quotes and jokes, inspiring words of wisdom, wacky cartoons and yes, even a few Dilbert cartoons thrown into the mix—so it’s not only a valuable workplace resource, it’s also darn fun to read!
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Appendix: Tapping Into Some Humour Resources
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