The Psychology of Humour and Laughter at DWP
DWP were looking at ways to inject a little bit of happiness into the workplace, so they invited Sarah Brown, our Head of People, Programme and Playfulness, to their annual conference to deliver a keynote on the psychology of humour and laughter.
Sarah’s session was the first one of the day and the objectives were to wake people up (better than any caffeine ), to have a laugh and to give people some tips and tricks to connect and feel uplifted.
Everyone left with some tools and techniques to build relationships, to empower themselves and others, and an understanding of the benefit of humour in the workplace.
The session ended with people smiling... even if that was with a pen in their mouth.
But don’t just take out word for it.
“We were worried about delivering the session online and the possibility of it being death by powerpoint. Our worries were quickly alleviated, as the session was interactive, enjoyable and engaging from the start.”
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