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125 weeks ago, by James
Using comedy in training
A company called Improv Asylum is introducing comedy into training programmes to increase engagement. You see similar stories in press releases several times a year, it's not a new idea, but it tends not to take off in its own right.

Is there a gap in the market because training tends to be a bit dry and not memorable? I don't think so, I think that the best trainers know when to introduce comedy as well as all of the other emotions at an appropriate time. Focusing on comedy isn't necessary.
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