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Humor like many forms of human behavior can be used appropriately - or not.

Is there room for humor in the workplace? How can it impact performance?

How can we avoid the inherent risks?

What techniques have you used to leverage the power of humor - in the workplace?

What risks of humor are mitigated by having strong personal relationships?

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I have found that humor can help draw out team and individual issues before they become a significant problem. Humor can also bring a team closer - create unique moments, and break the tension when pressure is high. Professionals know boundaries, so inherent risks should be easy to manage, but leaders lead by example and I have always started with making fun of myself so that It helps people understand the type of humor that is acceptable and feel confident that the ask is truly with good intentions.

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