Fusion 21, a company that delivers efficiencies in public sector procurement, engaged Laughology for a half-day growth mindset workshop last month.
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In Stephanie Davies’s alternative Christmas message she talks about the 2019 highlights, give some top tips for 2020 and says thank you for a great year.
Her new column 'Last Laugh', takes a look at the weird and wonderful world of Learning and Development, what to take seriously, what not to and how to manage some of the challenges we face in the world of learning and work with humour and a smile.
Our Laughology educationalists have been busy creating new Relationships Education (RE) lessons and resources to add to our successful Happy-Centred School (HCS) PSHE programme.
Making the transition from full-time education to the wonderful world of work can be tricky. Recent research suggests that children who play Mary and Joseph in their school nativity will go on to be more content and higher-earning in the workplace than, for example, an angel or a donkey.
The only time Dave Keeling finds himself in the middle of a field is when he goes camping with the family.
Having appeared in Downton Abbey, Lead Happiness Consultant Dave Keeling felt right at home when he received an invitation to Airth Castle in Scotland.
Some brands are barely tolerated, some are adored. The difference between the two extremes is customer experience.
Laughologist Dave Keeling likes lots of things. But two things he really likes are laughter and lunch.
Sarah Creegan travelled to Dublin (home of her favourite tipple), to deliver mental health and culture change workshops at the prestigious GC Engage Europe 2019 conference, a pan-European gathering of leading general counsel.