Naomi Bagdonas and Connor Diemand-Yauman: Priming Your Remote Team for Humor
Explore the five enablers of humor in virtual teams and apply team building techniques to create the conditions for levity and joy to emerge and thrive.
Priming Your Remote Team for Humor
About this courseSkip About this course
In this course, you’ll explore the five enablers of humor in remote teams: safety, connectedness, agency, growth, and purpose. You’ll learn the significance of each enabler, how they create the conditions for joy to flourish, and how to amplify them. Next, you’ll take a diagnostic designed to help you understand which enablers your team members most naturally channel, and where you have the greatest opportunity to grow. Finally, you’ll take on team building activities to strengthen these enablers within your organization.
This is Course 2 of 3 in the Remotely Humorous Program taught by Naomi Bagdonas and Connor Diemand-Yauman are leading experts who have taught at Stanford's Graduate School of Business. They’ve teamed up with comedic minds from The Onion, Funny Or Die, and many more impressive comedy mainstays to create a fun, interactive learning experience, focused on cultivating humor and levity in virtual teams and empowering you to show up at work more authentically, effectively, and joyfully.
At a glance
- Subject: Business & Management
- Level: Introductory
- Prerequisites: None
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
- Associated programs:
- Professional Certificate in Remotely Humorous: Build Joyful and Resilient Virtual Teams with Humor
- Associated skills: Team Building, Virtual Teams
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
Understand the five enablers of humor
Diagnose your team culture; understand what’s nurturing and impeding levity
Bolster your team’s safety, connectedness, agency, growth, and purpose
Create the conditions for humor in your remote teams