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The training technique many are too afraid to use

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Learning and development | 29 Mar 2016, 01:28 PM Agree 0
This skill boosts engagement, creativity and productivity, yet some people think it’s unsuited to the work context. Here’s why.
  • Eddie | 29 Mar 2016, 02:43 PM Agree 0
    I don't know if people are too afraid to use humour, or if they're incapable of it... the art of story telling and timing is becoming a lost art, as most people these days will discuss jokes by asking ..."did you get the (joke/image) I forwarded you?" It's rare to her people say "did you hear the one about"...
  • HW The Ethicos Group | 24 May 2016, 04:51 PM Agree 0
    Yes, humour can work - but few people can write, or deliver, humour, especially when the power structures at work get in the way: which is why most amateur attempts end up being more like 'The Office' than 'Monty Python' or 'Yes Minister'... or The Castle, or Kitty Flanaghan.
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