Zombie Tag – A Team-Building Game

Many team-building activities are boring and unoriginal. Not the case with one of my favorites: Zombie Tag. You can get the instructions in this video (and see it in action), or read the instructions below. Zombie Tag Instructions Have everyone walk around the space. At any point, you can call out someone’s name. If you… Continue Reading >

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Take Your X To Work Day

Many people have heard of “Take your child to work day” (or something similar)–a day where parents bring their children to work so the kids can get a sense of what mom and dad do while they’re gone all day. It’s a wonderful program, not just for the education of the kids (and the bonding… Continue Reading >

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Walk / Stop – An Energizer Activity

A good energizer is easy-to-explain, gets people moving, and hopefully induces some laughter. Walk / Stop fits all of those criteria and serves as a great way to warm-up a crowd. You can get an idea of the instructions from this video (and see it in action), or check the instructions below. Walk / Stop… Continue Reading >

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Humor at Work: Training Strategic Disengagement

Dallas, TX – I traveled to the Lone Star state this past week to teach the field HR team of Santander Consumer USA about the importance of Strategic Disengagement. We focused on the benefits of strategically disengaging, including how taking breaks can improve productivity, reduce stress and enhance problem-solving skills. We also took some time… Continue Reading >

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Humor at Work: 10,000 Views on SlideShare

New York, NY – I got an email in my inbox this morning telling me that my presentations on SlideShare have collectively hit over 10,000 views! I like to pretend that means that over 10,000 people have been positively impacted by the work we’re doing here at Humor That Works. You can find the slides on… Continue Reading >

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