Lead happiness consultant Dave Keeling likes to think he’s a bit rock’ n ’roll, so he was thrilled to be stepping on stage at O2 Academy Victoria Warehouse, Manchester. Thankfully he chose not to perform his one-man Queen tribute and delivered a one-hour keynote for Autotrader on the psychology of humour and laughter laughter-as-a-personal-development-to) instead.
Laughologists facilitate training sessions all around the world, but, as the song goes, ‘We do like to be beside the seaside.’ That’s why Sarah Creegan was especially happy to head off to Bournemouth for a couple of days to work with the fabulous folk at Organix, a company which has always been committed to supporting and improving the wellbeing of its people.
The National Happiness Awards is a non-profit event which recognises and honours the happiest people and places in the UK.
Like millions of others, Laughology was glued to the TV last month watching Britain’s Got Talent and cheering on Flakefleet Primary School, winners of the Happiest Primary School prize in last year’s National Happiness Awards.
Plans are underway for Independent Thinking and learning’s biggest ever Big Day Out to celebrate their 25th birthday.
If you fancy some personal learning time with like-minded people, we might just have the event for you. And it’s completely FREE. We are delighted to have been asked by BrainFood to help launch their new get-togethers for learning professionals.
Like a lot of organisations that believe in development, St James’s PlacePlace has sent its people on their fair share of presentation skills courses and workshops. But they wanted something different and better, which is why they called in Laughology.
To keep up in the tech world you need to innovate, adapt and think in the future. This can be exhausting, so looking after your people and ensuring they have the right skills is important.
The Laughologists were out and about across the country delivering INSET days in schools at the start of Summer term. Unsurprisingly, most of the schools we visited wanted a particular focus on wellbeing.
At Laughology we love a good laugh and we love it, even more, when we can do some good whilst having a laugh. We pride ourselves on our super-power ability to make others laugh for good, and last month we exercised this to its full effect when we trained some of the brilliant people at the Red Cross in stand-up comedy skills for a fundraiser.
Just when Lead Happiness Consultant, Dave Keeling, thought he had played every venue in the UK he got an invite from Scottish Water to speak in the Budongo Lecture Theatre, which is located in the middle of the Chimpanzee House at Edinburgh Zoo.