Humor in the Workplace
Topics: Stress Management /Interpersonal Relationships / Personal Growth
Ever since reading Norman Cousin's book, Anatomy of an Illness, I have been interested in the therapeutic power of humor. The subject fascinated me so much that I wanted to learn more. Humor therapy became my passion and my joy.
It wasn't long before I began speaking about the therapeutic benefits of humor to companies, organizations and professional groups. The more I studied and spoke, the more convinced I became of the power of humor and laughter to work their magic on strained relationships everywhere. Not only does humor foster individual physical well being, it also does wonders for social well being and health as well. I became convinced of the truth in the saying "LIVE BETTER, LAUGH MORE."
When you hire Mike, it's like getting a whole team of entertainers--a speaker, humorist, musician, cartoonist and storyteller--for the price of one! And your group will leave his presentation feeling entertained and ready to bring about positive change.
" Rarely are evaluations of presentations returned with such glowing praise!"
Janet Armstrong Area Manager, Mississauga Library System
Mississauga ON Canada