- Stretched to the Limit ( humor and stress)
- Light Up With Laughter ( the humor and health connection)
- Leadership is a Laughing Matter ( humor oriented leadership)
- Dealing with Difficult People
- Up Your Fun Quotient ( the fun, humor and creativity connection)
Mike Moore works with companies and organizations interested in maximizing employee achievement, job satisfaction and morale using humor, appreciation and praise. It’s like getting a whole team of entertainers–a speaker, humorist, musician, cartoonist and storyteller–for the price of one! And your group will leave his presentation feeling entertained, informed and ready to bring about positive change.
Let the Laughter Begin
You will discover the power of humor and laughter to improve human health and well being. Because of the program format you are able to practise simple and effective strategies which allow us to use humor effectively at home, at work and at play.
Dealing with Difficult People
An in-depth look at how humor and laughter can be used to solve people problems in the workplace. This workshop is based on my belief that most workplace problems are people problems. Solve people problems and morale, productivity and employee health improve.
Mining the Moment
An enjoyable exploration of the humor in our lives which we we tend to overlook and ignore. We will discover and practise the art of Laughology which involves searching for, finding and celebrating the humor around us.
What’s Your Carrot?
An examination of how humor, laughter, appreciation and praise combine to motivate employees. Based on my belief that an organization’s most valuable inventory is its people not its products.
Leadership and Laughter
A fun, insightful workshop, for leaders, rooted in the belief that leaders without a sense of humor are like grass cutters at a cemetery: they have a lot of people under them paying absolutely no attention.
Books by Michael John Moore
- Light Up With Laughter
- Embracing the Mystery
- Humor in the Workplace
- You’ve Got to Laugh
- Dealing With Difficult People