Get the Laughter Started
Managing director, Jim Venables says: An upbeat working environment creates a better atmosphere and when used appropriately, humour can encourage higher staff morale and more energy. It’s about taking what you do very seriously while not taking yourself too seriously!
Ros Coleman, stress therapist and former vice chairman of the International Stress Management Association UK added: Humour in the work place can enhance motivation and team building, as well as helping to promote health and workplace wellness. It can also reduce workplace stress and tension.
Here at the TrainingZone newsdesk, we were curious to know how much our readers use humour in their training and whether its success had been measured?