Is your leadership style a joke? That just might be the good news!
Humor is more than telling a joke and can be just the tool you need as a leader. If you are having a hard time getting and keeping people’s attention, you might want to learn comedy techniques so you can instantly command the attention of any audience, unite your team no matter how diverse they are, make yourself more likeable, and inspire others with LOL stories.
As a stand-up comic, Judy Carter has had to develop techniques to command the attention of a drunk audience, defuse hecklers, and instantly get a room of strangers to love her. Although (hopefully), your team is sober, the same skills are necessary for every executive. It’s no wonder why senior executives from Disney, Fedex, and Genentech, as well as politicians, have taken her comedy training – not to become a comic, but rather, to learn the secrets of grabbing people’s attention, getting over fear, and having a profound effect on others.
In Judy Carter’s comedy webinar for executives, you will learn how to:
- Command immediate attention from any audience.
- Inspire staff with LOL stories that get people to listen, laugh, and applaud.
- Defuse the “hecklers” in your office.
- Use improv techniques to come up with counter-intuitive solutions.
- Use light-hearted self-mocking to create instant likeability.
- Utilize funny stories to motivate your staff.
There is something more powerful to get you going than a double latte. It’s your purpose in life. Knowing your life’s purpose is perhaps the BOOST your life and career need right now.
Judy Carter is a high-wattage keynote speaker who wakes up audiences to living and working a purposeful life. As a headlining stand up comic for 17 years, performing in three HBO and Showtime specials, as well as a 2018 TED Talk, Judy learned first hand that problems not only make good punchlines, but are actually the first ingredients of one’s essential life message.
By discovering your essential life message and implementing it in your work and personal life, you become a part of something bigger than yourself.