Laughing at work is good for your brain and your employees’ productivity.
What do laughter and memory have in common? Plenty, according to a presentation at the 2006 Human Resources Development conference in London.
The brain works by creating connections between its neurons. According to Dr. Robert Winston, we rearrange our brains and its pathways every time we learn something new. That’s also how we become smarter and more competent. The first time a neuron makes[…]