Maybe you think, that there is no funny leadership. But I believe your are wrong.
Laughter helps you to cope with stress, conflicts and pain. That’s why a leader should have a good sense of humour.
Nothing works faster to bring your mind and body back into balance than a good laugh. Laugh at yourself. That’s best.
Remember Monty Python’s song:
“Always Look on the Bright Side of Life“?:
“…You’ll see it’s all a show.
Keep ’em laughing as you go.
Just remember that the last laugh is on you.”
Laughter promotes performance
Not only your own performance gets better, but also that of your entire team. Various studies have shown that people who have humour generally appear more likeable and are perceived as more competent.
Humour improves the working atmosphere, which leads to better functioning of work processes.
Better dealing with difficult situations
Managers who humorously defuse difficult situations enjoy great acceptance. Using humour as a means of communication in everyday work is a strategy for success. Because studies show wherever people laugh, employees feel comfortable and work is usually more and better.
Laughter, joy and happiness are terms that convey a positive and satisfied view of the world. People who surround themselves with a humorous aura are always perceived as positive by others.
Funny Leadership Videos
Below you’ll find the business videos on YouTube I find most funny. Enjoy and have a good laugh!
Sales are up
Truth is not really welcome in some companies.
You can be certain: Your employees want to support your company.
But if you want an organizational change you have to explain correctly what you want.
Back Up Strategy
Can you really rely on your back up strategy?
Leadership is not about technology, it’s about people.
Most managers have the employees they deserve.
Team Work I
Isn’t it amazing what you can do with a great team?
Team Work II
An example of bad team work:
Team Work III
Leadership and effective collaboration
Don’t ask job candidates these silly questions…
I too should have asked better questions at job interviews during my time as a start-up entrepreneur and as a corporate managing director…
Typical signs your company is in trouble and you should leave…