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SAHU February Member Meeting – Embrace Risk, Manage Change and Laugh Often
February 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$15.00 – $30.00
Join us for the virtual Member meeting presentation on Wednesday, February 15th, 2023
**A Zoom link will be sent the day before the event.**
Special gift from the speaker for the first 20 registrants!
Course Name: Embrace Risk, Manage Change, and Laugh Often
Discover how to use laughter and creativity when dealing with the seemingly unfunny business of balancing risk and managing change. This will require a new way of navigating the world and drawing on your personal powers of creativity and, yes even your sense of humor. You will learn the motivating forces behind, “how the brain really works,” and see why laughter is considered to be a universal medicine.
Jim will share specific tools and skills to add more laughter and creativity to the workplace for higher productivity and happiness. And most importantly in this session, you WILL Laugh a lot.
Guest Speaker: Jim Pelley
Jim Pelley is Director of Laughter Works Seminars. A professional speaker for the past 35 years Jim has taught people how to put more humor and creativity in their lives to become more creative, more productive, and less stressed!
Jim has left them laughing at more than 3,138 organizations worldwide, including: American Express, Pepsi, Chevron, Placer Title, Walt Disney Company, Ritz Carlton Hotels, Southwest Airlines … and let’s not forget to mention the Casket and Funeral Supply Association of America.
Prior to starting Laughter Works Jim was a contributing writer for the original Saturday Night Live Show, and while at California State University, Sacramento; he developed a Graduate Level course entitled “The Role of Humor in Communication.”
Locally Jim has served as the Chairman of the Folsom Chamber of Commerce. He has also been on the Board of Directors for the Folsom Lake College Foundation, Rotary Club of Historic Folsom Foundation, and the Dignity Health Foundation. He lives in Folsom with his wife Nancy and two yappy-like rescue dogs, Solo and Jawa.