“Leadership involves finding a parade and getting in front of it.” – John Naisbitt

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Make your stories funny!

Integrating humour into your business communications can help you connect with your audience more quickly, stand out at networking events and make others more receptive to your ideas.

Whether your presenting your ideas in a keynote or presentation or on stage to an audience, the benefits of integrating humour can enhance your career, help you connect with your audience and attract new clients.


Humor helps to reduce stress, lightens your burdens, inspires creativity, connects you to others, and keeps you grounded, focused, and alert.


Humour creates an upbeat atmosphere, creates social bonds and enhances communication that helps maintain a healthy company culture.

First Impressions

Studies suggest that people who share a healthy, positive sense of humour tend be viewed as more intelligent and trustworthy.

The goal of this workshop is to give you the tools you need to develop your own style and natural ability to be funny. You don’t have to be Jerry Sinfeild or Kevin Hart. Even if the best joke you’ve ever repeated came out of a Christmas cracker, this workshop is for you.

This workshop will teach you:

The science behind why we laugh

Basic and advanced joke structure.

Joke Theory

Different types of humour

Adding humour into your presentation.

Do’s and Don’ts of using humour in the workplace.

Everyone loves to laugh. Become a more likeable person.

Tap into your natural talent and style of humour and use it in your in your presentation or pitch to bring the audience to your side and make them more receptive to your message, increase your sales and attract new clients.

Increase your chances of your message reaching your audience.

Join Us For A Laugh

Co-Facilitator: Ariel Kagan Yuk Yuks, Stand-up Comedian

Co-facilitator: Kate Hodgson Second City Improv, Storytelling


$50.00 +HST


Wednesday, March 08, 2017 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM


215 Spadina Ave, 4th Floor Alterna Savings Room