Three Books with a Sense of Humor for Serious Leaders


“The closest to perfection a person ever comes is when he fills out a job application form,” says Canadian businessman and politician Stanley J. Randall. That should give anyone pause, it’s both funny and true. It’s funny because it’s true. Being funny at work is a difficult proposition. Yet, “A company is known by the people it keeps,” said Will Rogers. He was an American stage and film actor, and for that reason knew a thing or two about performance. In all seriousness, play is serious business. Johan Roos and Bart Victor created the “Serious Play” concept and process while…

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