How many times have you laughed today? Social distancing has severely impacted our day to day interaction with people. Workplace relationships are built on communication and although technology has introduced an opportunity for virtual interaction, nothing replaces human interaction. Using humor in the workplace can produce a shared laughter in your organization or on your team that shifts to a positive environment and increases productivity. This lunch & learn is just what the doctor ordered! It offers an opportunity for each of you to “Clean your Lens" and learn a different side of humor and how it relates to leadership. Get ready to learn how laughter will strengthen work relationships, build teamwork, increase work performance, and add value to your style of leadership.
According to the Harvard Business Review, laughter can boost employee engagement and well-being, relieve stress, and spur not only collaboration and creativity but also productivity and analytic precision.
Presented by Vernita Stevens NAWBO Charlotte
Vernita Stevens is the CEO and Founder of 2p Paradigm of Possibilities, LLC, a Retired United States Marine Master Sergeant and an Inspirational speaker who blends depth with tact and poise.An expert at showing audiences how “Cleaning your Lens Changes your View”! She offers 20 plus years of Leadership expertise in Conflict Management, Bystander Intervention, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and taking complicated and situations and turn them into teachable moments.
With a wealth of knowledge in policy, practices, and cyclical processes, she is able to effectively address concerns in the workplace and is committed to unlocking the potential in others and motivated to drive intentionality, positive culture change, and inclusive environments. She energizes the audience with stories that inspire peak performance and a positive mindset, redefining their courage to create a sense of camaraderie, purpose, and a Will to SUCCEED.
Vernita is a Mother, Marine, Speaker, and Entrepreneur, she believes success is achieved when a person embraces the “Paradigm of Possibilities”.