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Fun Is Good
Program length: 13:00

When's the last time you had fun at work? If you can't remember, you're missing out on more than just a few laughs. Go behind the scenes with the Saint Paul Saints, a minor league baseball team that lives its motto: "Fun Is Good"

Visit a workplace where a costumed pig tosses out the balls, "ushertainers" serenade you in the stands and games are always sold out. See firsthand just how much fun, when combined with commitment, relates to organizational success and personal satisfaction.

Fun is Good! will teach your employees to:

  • Uncover people's passion
  • Promote positive attitudes
  • Show they care
Having fun on the job makes these employees more creative, more productive, and ultimately more satisfied. They don't take themselves too seriously. They treat each other with respect. And they make every day an event.

Languages Available (sold separately)
: English, Spanish (dubbed), Chinese Simplified (subtitled), Chinese Traditional (subtitled)

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Honest opinions from the managers and employees who use our training products in the real world.
Fun Is Good
reviewed by 1 people
    Trainer - Professional Trainer
I really liked this program. I liked how it squarely puts the responisbility for success in the hands of the employees and offers very practical tips. The learning points are realistic and easy to remember and the common sense strategies made me feel that positive outcomes were a likely result.

  • Host is sincere and believable.
  • Believable, real-world examples.
  • Employee commentary following discussion of each action step reinforces the learning.
  • The host's commute to work and long walk to her office can be distracting.