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Free workplace and education stay-at-home Laughology L&D learning bursts.

  Free online content to help stay-at-home workplaces, schools, and home-schooling parents continue their learning journeys over the coming months. Learn from the comfort of your own home, in your pyjamas - or if you live 'up North'  why not dig out your onesie.



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The Laughology FLIP-It learning and development model for building resilience and positivity

FLIP-It for the workplace

These FLIP-It learning bursts will increase workplace motivation, resilience and engagement. They will help you find the positives in situations, embrace challenges, and deal with change and transformation.

Module 1

F is for Focus

Module 1 of the FLIP-It Thinking model shows you how to focus on the positives.

  • Stephanie Davies introduces FLIP-It

  • Laura Drury:  F is for focus

  • Kerry Leigh: How to refocus when it's all out of focus

  • Flip Cheat Sheet

Module 2

L&I is for Language & Imagination

Module 2 of the FLIP-It Thinking model and how it can help you cope with Wonky Thoughts.
  • Stephanie Davies: Module 2 introduction
  • Kerry Leigh: Introduction to Wonky Thoughts
  • Sarah Brown: How to reframe negative thoughts to positive.
  • Dave Keeling: A Hack for Wonky Thoughts with cheat sheet.

Module 3

P is for Pattern Breaking

Module 3 of the FLIP-It Thinking model and a look at how pattern-breaking can help with Wonky Thinking.
  • Kerry Leigh: Introduction to Pattern-Breaking
  • Laura Drury: The Power of Pattern-Breaking
  • Buzz Session: Breaking Patterns

FLIP-It learning for schools and home-schooling parents

These FLIP-It learning bursts for schools will help children feel motivated, confident in their abilities, and able to understand how they can use a positive mindset to make real change happen.

Module 1

F is for Focus

Module 1 of the FLIP-it Thinking model, will help parents and children to be positive and resilient while they’re home learning.
  • Sarah Creegan introduces FLIP It Thinking
  • Victoria Maitland: F is for Focus
  • Sarah Creegan: Top Tips for flipping our focus at home
  • Family Challenge - Can you shift your focus?

Module 2

L is for Language

Module 2 of the FLIP-it Thinking model will help parents and children to understand the power of positive language.
  • Sarah Creegan: Introduction to L for Language
  • Victoria Maitland: Step-By-Step Power Posing
  • Sarah Creegan: Top Tips for flipping our language at home
  • Activity Sheet – Power Posing
  • Lesson plan – How to come up with a Personal Mantra

Module 3

I is for Imagination

Module 3 of the FLIP-it Thinking model, helping parents and children to use their power of imagination.
  • Sarah Creegan: Introduction to I for Imagination
  • Victoria Maitland: Using Your Imagination to Achieve Your Potential
  • Sarah Creegan: Flipping Our Imaginations at Home
  • Activity Sheet – How to Thunk
  • Edward Elgood: House on Fire Thunk
  • Lesson Plan: Positive Visualisation

Module 4

P is for Pattern Breaking

Module 4 of the FLIP-it Thinking model, helping parents and children to understand the importance of pattern breaking.
  • Sarah Creegan: Introduction to Pattern Breaking
  • Victoria Maitland: Pattern Breaking Hack
  • Sarah Creegan: FLIPPING Helpful and Unhelpful Patterns at Home
  • Ed Elgood’s Loo Roll Thunk
  • Activity Sheet – Family Learning Challenge
  • Lesson Plan – Individual Learning Challenge For Children



Laughology’s learning bursts to help workplaces and families stay connected, communicate positively and create the right environments for collaboration.

Working from Home for the Workplace: Connect - Collaborate - Communicate

These learning bursts will help you stay connected while working from home, supporting you to create the right environment for your teams, collaborate harmoniously so that everyone feels included and communicate in ways that everyone feels heard.

Module 1

Working from Home

Keeping connected while working from home.
  • Stephanie Davies: Introduction to WFH Modules
  • Stephanie Davies: A Hack for Staying Connected
  • Laura Drury: Staying Connected
  • Buzz Session: Growth Mindset and Staying Connected
  • Helping Managers and Teams Create the Right Environment

Module 2

Working from Home

Creating the right environment for collaboration.
  • Stephanie Davies: Introduction to Creating the Right Environment
  • Laura Drury: Hack - Creating the Right Environment for Collaboration
  • Stephanie Davies: Collaboration - The Key to Staying Connected
  • Cheat Sheet: Creating Peer Groups to Combat Loneliness
  • Cheat Sheet: Managing Remote Technology for the Right Environment

Module 3

Working from Home

Developing our listening skills in order to collaborate successfully.
  • Listening and Communication Hack
  • Sarah Brown: Listening: It’s Not as Easy as it Sounds
  • Stephanie Davies: Collaboration - The Key to Staying Connected
  • Cheat Sheet: One to Ones and Communicating with Tech
  • Buzz Sheet: The Listening Bug Hack

Working from Home for Kids: Connect - Create the Right Environment - Communicate

These learning bursts for schools and parents will help children feel less isolated during lockdown by giving them tips to: stay connected safely online, create the right environment for home learning success and develop their listening skills to maintain harmony in the home.

Module 1

Working from Home for Kids

This week we're focusing on staying connected with friends while learning at home.
  • Sarah Creegan: Introduction - Keeping Kids Connected
  • Victoria Maitland: Hack for Staying in Touch with Friends
  • Sarah Creegan: Keeping Kids Safely Connected
  • Edward Elgood: Friends or Money Thunk
  • Activity Sheet: Happiness Heroes

Module 2

Working from Home for Kids

This week we’re focusing on creating the right environment for home learning.
  • Sarah Creegan: Introduction - Creating the Right Environment
  • Victoria Maitland: Hack for Creating the Right Mindset to Learn
  • Kerry Leigh: Sense and Sensibility - Top Tips for Creating the Right Environment
  • Edward Elgood: Where in the World Thunk
  • Activity Sheet: Passport to Success

Module 3

Working from Home for Kids

This week we’re focusing on improving our listening skills and getting the family to have a good old chat...
  • Sarah Creegan: Introduction to Having Great Family Chats
  • Victoria Maitland: A Tale of Two Mishaps
  • Sarah Creegan: Top Tips for Great Family Chats
  • Edward Elgood: Invisible Friend Thunk
  • Activity Sheet: The Story of Bungee Barb
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Are organisations and companies just paying lip service?
Join some of the most interesting and respected voices in positive psychology for our Our Big Chat about…Thinking outside the tick box, inaugural webinar. Our two and half hour interactive event will look at the best mental health strategies for organisations, identifying what works and what doesn’t.

Dave McPartlin:

Dave is the Headteacher of Flakefleet Primary School.
Creating the right environment for people and communities to flourish

Sunita Hirani

Sunita is one of the BBC’s key equality, diversity and inclusivity experts.
Why inclusion is essential for mental wellbeing

Professor Sir Cary Cooper

Cary is one the world’s most influential voices in occupational health and wellbeing.
Enhancing Mental Wellbeing at Work. Evidence based strategies for creating a wellbeing culture at work.

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