The workplace benefits from laughter. According to research from institutions such as  MIT and London Business School, laughter brings with it a host of business benefits. Laughter relieves stress and boredom and wellbeing and increases creativity but also analytic precision and productivity.

Laughter is a form of communication that we all speak. Generating laughter in workplace groups boosts engagement and generates genuine collabaration.

Professor Sophie Scott of University College London studies cognitive neuroscience of human communication. She is well-known for her TED Talk called, “Why We Laugh.” 


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