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Laughter Will Keep Your Team Connected - Even While You’re Apart

Journal Article
Laughter is known to be physically and mentally good for you. But it is primarily a social activity, and in a pandemic-gripped world working from home, where social contact with colleagues takes place virtually through video conferences, it will not occur spontaneously. It is is up to leaders, therefore, to make laughter happen, and this article describes five key steps anyone leading virtual teams can take.

Adjunct Professor of Global Leadership and Strategy