Humor is extremely important for our health and well-being. Research has demonstrated the power of humor in reducing stress and improving health. Highly successful organizations such as Zappos.com and Google utilize humor as one of the key components to their success. In addition, humor can be used in many ways to transform negative emotions such as anger. Creating a More Positive Workplace through the Power of Humor is a highly entertaining, upbeat program in which employees will have many opportunities to understand their blocks to humor, the mental shifts necessary to have more humor in the workplace, and the numerous benefits, both physically, mentally and institutionally to including humor as part of an institutional morale booster. Employees will also have numerous opportunities in a safe environment to experience humor through exercises, games, and improvisation. Some of the areas covered in this program include: • What are the Typical Blocks to Humor; • How Humor Can Reduce Stress, Conflict and Worry; • Using Humor to Stimulate the Imagination and Creativity; • Using Laughter to Increase your Energy Levels; • The Importance of Incorporating Humor into the Workplace. For three years, Robert was a stand-up comedian in New York comedy circuit. Utilizing his background as a psychotherapist and comedian, Robert provides a unique program in which employees learn how to create a more positive and sustained lifestyle through learning to incorporate tools that stand up comedians employ daily. If Robert Friedman can make it on Comedy Central, HBO, and successfully delivery programs to Fortune 100 corporations as well as to small and medium sized business in a variety of industries, he's confident your organization will find value in his 27 years of experience working with people to create a positive workplace through the use of humor. He loves sharing his techniques that have helped so many many. Get in touch if this program sounds like it can benefit your group. For availability and speaking fees call Robert's office at 718-520-1794 or click "check availability."