8 Steps to Creating an Employee Awards Program

Now that you know the benefits of creating an employee awards program, you may be wondering how you go about actually doing it. Luckily I've created and hosted my fair share of events (including the recent Corporate Humor Awards) and I've got all the steps you need to have a successful awards show. Here's how… Continue Reading >

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Humor at Work: AIN Conference 2012

San Francisco, CA -- I attended my first AIN (Applied Improvisation Network) World Conference back in 2009. This year, I was able to make it the conference again and, as usual, learned a lot and met a ton of awesome people. In addition to leading two sessions, a breakout called The 5 Steps to Improvised… Continue Reading >

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Humor at Work: Life Insurance Adds Humor

Cincinnati, OH - I traveled back to my hometown last week to conduct a training for Western & Southern Life, one of the eight strongest life insurance groups in the world. The topic: humor in the workplace. Over the course of 55 minutes, I spoke about the value of using humor to be more productive… Continue Reading >

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Humor That Works is Going Full-Time!

New York, NY -- As I announced in last month's newsletter, Humor That Works is going full-time as of today! The official announcement is below: After 2 years of working on Humor That Works as a part-time job, effective July 1st I will be fully dedicated to the business full-time! That's right, I'll be leaving… Continue Reading >

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Humor at Work: Humor Project Conference 2012

Silver Bay, NY - This past weekend I spoke at the 55th International Humor Project Conference and had a great time. The people were welcoming, the speakers fantastic and the location incredible. I conducted three different sessions, including a day-long Stand-up Comedy Bootcamp and two 75-minute sessions, one on the ROI of using humor in… Continue Reading >

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