Leading with Laughter (ft. Paul Osincup)

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By: The Whil Team | Last Updated: Sep 14, 2020

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Business and educational leaders owe it to themselves and the people around them to take their work seriously, but not themselves. Positivity and humor can galvanize groups and ignite individual ambition. The tougher the work, the more imperative it becomes to laugh more often, and create a culture of fun in order to keep motivation and morale high.

In this webcast, learn how you can spark your own workplace movement of fun and lightheartedness. Because we spend a majority of our lives at work and it’s stressful enough as is. We might as well make it more enjoyable.



 

 

 

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