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COULD HUMOUR HELP YOUR LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS?

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  • UserVanessa Marcié, London & Partners Vice-President Business Development, CJBS alumni & standup comedian
  • ClockSaturday 25 August 2018, 14:00-18:00
  • HouseCambridge Judge Business School.

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The use of humour in the workplace gets mixed reviews. While humour can create positive energy in teams and help to improve leaders’ likeability, humour can also destroy a manager’s credibility, prevent them from being taken seriously and offend people. Yet how do male and female leaders use humour differently in the workplace? A study conducted at University of Cambridge Judge Business School found that women often hold back in using humour even when it may be effective – and this represents a major lost opportunity to achieve gender equality in the workplace.

Programme: • Discover how Humour and Gender are linked and rethink (in)equality in the workplace • Learn Key Humour & Leadership Concepts • Understand how to use humour to your advantage • Experience comedy technics & stage time • Harness the power of humour to become a better leader

Speakers:

Vanessa Marcié, London & Partners Vice-President Business Development, CJBS alumni & standup comedian & Jessica Rose, Senior Associate Director, School of Technology at University of Cambridge

Time and Venue:

Saturday 25 August 2018 Cambridge Judge Business School room W2.02: 2pm-6pm

Tickets:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/humour-leadership-workshop-tickets-48841308669?aff=es2

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