#582 The Role of Humour in Leadership & Creativity with Kirsty Hulse, Founder of Roar Training
Today we're joined by Kirsty Hulse, Founder of Roar Training. Kirsty is a former marketer, a speaker, an author and a stand-up comedian. She brings to the Internet Marketing Podcast a unique perspective on how business can incorporate humour to improve leadership, communication and creativity.
In this episode we discuss:
- What we can learn from comedians about brevity in communication
- Scenarios where humour can help you deliver important messages
- What 'stacking' is and how it can impact communication
- How self-deprecation can create an environment that brings people together
- Using stand-up practices and building self-confidence
Referenced on this episode:
- [Book] Be a Great Stand-Up by Logan Murray: https://amzn.to/380roIA
- [Book] The Big Book of Creativity games by Robert Epstein: https://amzn.to/2LbEB8b
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