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Stephanie has developed Laughology into the nation's most talked about training and development provider and has gained an unsurpassed reputation for creating happy organisations. So it's not just a happy coincidence that these blog posts contain an occasional rant, a few pearls of wisdom and bucket loads of undeniable truths, so make yourself...

Stephanie has developed Laughology into the nation's most talked about training and development provider and has gained an unsurpassed reputation for creating happy organisations. So it's not just a happy coincidence that these blog posts contain an occasional rant, a few pearls of wisdom and bucket loads of undeniable truths, so make yourself a cuppa and read on.

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Stand-up for Claire house

Yes it's that time of year again where we invite you to join us in raising money for a great cause.  If you haven't heard of stand-up for Claire house before well let me tell you about it.  This is our 6th year working with Claire house to raise money through the best channel...comedy!

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Addressing the gender balance

Imagine a comedy line-up with Sarah Millican, award winning ventriloquist Nina Conti and stand up legend Joan Rivers. You’d buy tickets for that wouldn’t you?  Though catching a line up like this is rare, why? Because seeing two female comics on the same night is as rare as unicorn milk.

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Jargon and gobbledygook

Jargon and gobbledygook, it sounds like a title for a Friday night BBC panel show hosted by David Mitchell, but I’m actually referring to what is more commonly known as corporate lingo or if you want to be straight-talking corporate bullsh*t.  Just the other day I heard a classic.

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All stand-ups know that nothing is off limits when it comes to material

All stand-ups know that nothing is off limits when it comes to material. Break-ups, arguments, embarrassing medical problems, dodgy dates; difficult at the time but laugh-worthy when it come to routines.

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The Campaign for Real Education labels NICE guidelines 'ludicrous'.

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, the body which decides which drugs the NHS should prescribe, took over new responsibilities for maintaining public health earlier this year. In September it issued guidelines to schools advising them to measure pupil happiness.

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Ahead of the curve

Businesses are taking happiness seriously according to academics. The latest modules on several management schools agendas - described variously by different academic institutions as ‘meaning’, ‘human flourishing’ and ‘subjective wellbeing’ - are all about happiness.

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