Seven compelling reasons why humour should be encouraged at work. Embracing appropriate humour in the workplace has benefits that go beyond just making the office a fun place to be.
Appropriate humour raises morale and protects mental health. But, in times of crisis nobody likes stand out as the only cheerful person in the office. Covert Humour for Managers shows you how to us humour strategically to benefit the staff and the organisation.
'Let buyer beware' is sound advice when navigating the oceans of networking possibilities. Be critical in your thinking, do your due diligence, and do not be swayed by your eagerness to promote your business.
It can be tough motivating people to attend training. But then why would people be interested if they don't value their own development? Helping employees to understand why personal growth is important may be a route to better take-up.
What do you want employee training to do? It’s all very well using words like ‘inspire’, ‘motivate’ and ‘engage’, but these don’t describe what attendees should be able to do differently, or better, as a result of their training. Understanding your outcomes before you book the training will help you design content that works, and save money.
Switching to being self-employed is a brave choice and not for the faint-hearted, but it can be hugely rewarding and much better for your self-esteem, levels of confidence, and mental health in general.
You may be approaching the coming week with trepidation. But don't let the Monday blues get you. You can take control of your life in a new way. So why not start today?
'Consultant' is an abstract term that can mean different things in different contexts. For clarity I'm outlining what it means in my case.