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The Laughology philosophy

Fun, passion, humour and modern delivery techniques create buy-in and engagement, which helps drive development in any organisation. 

Creating Connections

We believe there has to be an emotional connection to learning and development. 

The Laughology team are experts in behaviour change and creative facilitation. We use humour and laughter to embed learning and provide an innovative approach to behaviour change that is effective and successful.

Developing People

We believe that personal development and engagement is at the core of any organisation, be it in business, learning, health or well-being. We want to know the things that make you, your people and your organisation tick. We will observe and study this with you and with our wealth of experience across all sectors we can help you create exceptional teams who share your vision, deliver on behaviours and give discretionary effort every time.

Delivering Sustainable Outcomes

We learn and change behaviour depending on our emotive response. Therefore, creating a positive emotional response to learning sustains motivation. Your team and individuals are more likely to be motivated and to continue the working style you want if they are happy and feel valued. Laughology does exactly this.

Return on investment is as important to us as it is to you, therefore all our programmes are monitored and measured with you. We know it works and so do our clients, which is why they keep returning.


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Dave McPartlin:

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Creating the right environment for people and communities to flourish

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Why inclusion is essential for mental wellbeing

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Enhancing Mental Wellbeing at Work. Evidence based strategies for creating a wellbeing culture at work.

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