The ROI of LOL…: Is it important for you to be funny? Only if you want to be paid.
Is there a real, tangible return on investment (ROI) of laughing out loud (LOL) with colleagues, clients and those for whom you care? June Cline’s Southern answer…“Are a pig’s assets pork?”
Twenty years ago, June stumbled on to the power of creating laughter in business. She believes that humor is the most overlooked and underutilized skill that Professional Leaders and Executives can develop to strengthen their careers, boost charisma and to increase cash flow.
June uses her proprietary humor grid to discover your humor style and the comedic culture of your team and your Company. She will keep you laughing and learning all the way to the bank, as she shows you how to lighten up to turn chaos and change into cash. She takes you or you on a deep dive and a great ride discovering the power and productivity of initiating laughter and developing fun presentations skills.
- 45 – 90 min Keynote Presentation
- Full-day workshop
- 2.5 day facilitated Retreat for Boards and Teams
Is there a real return on investment (ROI) of laughing out loud (LOL)? June Cline’s Southern answer, “Are a pigs assets pork?” Is your humor style helping or hurting your personal and professional relationships and bottom line? Learn the power of initiating appropriate humor to strengthen cooperation, camaraderie and kindness within teams. Transform your humor style to be effective and profitable. June’s 5 step process will ensure you can:
- Identify your humor style and its impact on your team and colleagues.
- Utilize relevant stories from life experiences that keep you top of mind
- Know the actions to take to initiate appropriate humor
- Learn the power of resiliency by connecting challenges with humor
- Deepen the core of trust with humor building blocks the team can bank on
June Cline is Southern, sassy and savvy. Growing up in Tuscaloosa, Al, June was the family clown and the humor instigator. She learned to understand the power and the value of creating laughter in personal & Business relationships. As a College Administrator, a Senior Business Development Officer and Vice President of American College Testing’s Southeast Regional Division, June turned her collection of classic Student Bloopers into a viable career. Her unique philosophy has been implemented in many major companies, such as Toyota, BellSouth, Siemens, and a slew of other names you’d recognize. June is passionate about proving there is a return on investment in laughing out loud. She has appeared in publications as diverse as Selling Power, Harvard Management Communication Letter, Health Industry Executive, Competitive Edge, Redbook, First For Women, Growing Companies, and by the Gannett News Service’s syndicated columns. June is also passionate about her Harley-Davidson named “Good Golly Ms Molly,” and Country Dancing.