Humour as a thinking skill
Our final keynote session of the AMOSSHE National Conference 2020 draws on the expertise of Laughology to reveal that humour is a cognitive skill that is learnt and can be enhanced and utilised.
Imagine having the power to take on challenge and change positively and turn them into opportunities. Imagine having the resilience to overcome negatives and face difficulties with strength. This is the Laughology FLIP technique: a way of thinking and behaving that uses humour to improve lives and outcomes. It enhances personal and organisational performance using the psychology of humour and happiness.
Our expert presenter Sarah Brown (Lead Facilitator and Consultant, Laughology) reveals how to apply Laughology techniques for developing positive thinking and behaviours to increase mental agility and emotional intelligence. This keynote reveals how to turn the bad into good and look at the world in a different way.
The session opens with a celebration of AMOSSHE members' work in 2019/20 led by AMOSSHE Executive Members Chris Warrington (Head of Student Support, University of Leeds) and Lesley O'Keeffe (Deputy Director Academic and Student Services, Brunel University London).
AMOSSHE members can find the event resources here:
This free webinar takes place on Friday 10 July 2020 from 15:00 to 16:15 (BST) on Zoom.
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