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.
This Whil webcast qualifies for 1 hour of SHRM continuing education credit.
Paul Osincup is a TEDx Speaker, Consultant, and Humorist who teaches people how to create more positive work climates and prevent employee burnout. With a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Leadership & Administration and a background in stand-up comedy, Paul entertains and engages audiences from all walks of the corporate sector, healthcare, and education.
Despite the serious nature of his work, Paul has been a “Jack-of-all-Jokes” since grade school, and his experience as both a Dean and a class clown fuels his commitment to using positivity and humor to create more productive and fun work cultures.
Joe Burton is the founder and CEO of Whil Concepts, Inc. (“Whil”), a digital training platform helping employees to reduce stress, increase resiliency and improve their sleep and performance. He’s an entrepreneur in scientific wellbeing, former President of Headspace and spent fifteen years as a global COO in public companies. Joe is an alumnus of Harvard Business School and travels the world speaking on topics including disruption, culture, employee safety and mindfulness as competitive advantage.
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