With prestigious clients such as General Electric, BP, Boeing, UBS, General Mills, Diageo, Chrysler, and United Technologies, Laughingstock has created a wealth of new products to help address not just current issues in the corporate arena, but future issues as well.
“As organizations become more globally oriented, building and inspiring teams becomes, as a consequence, much more globally challenging”
Some of the new offerings in the Laughingstock canon include “Improv Mastery”, where executive students learn to innovate on an extreme level; “CSI: Laughingstock”
According to Vice President and Creative Director Mark Edward Lang, “We can make a difference in a variety of different ways. Our staple events have stood the test of time and are still in demand, but these new offerings will inform a whole new generation of leaders, developing much needed skills in global acumen, creativity and effectiveness”
General Mills Chief Learning Officer Kevin Wilde calls Laughingstock “A critical partner in our leadership development efforts”. Prudential’s Harold Hillman says “They (Laughingstock)
Laughingstock has offices in both London and New York and maintains creative teams all over the globe. Interested parties may contact CEO Scott Eck directly at + 01-845-893-4002 or via e-mail at LaughLeaders@
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The Laughingstock Company’s fundamental mission has remained the same since 1987: To help inspire and develop strong, flexible leaders at any level of any organization, in unique and powerful ways. Our research shows that the most widely cited goals for leaders in most global markets are:
- Creating Bridges from “Good Performance”
- Reducing Overall Costs
- Crisis Preparation and Management
- Innovating for Growth
- Clearly Defining the Mission
Laughingstock has events and programs that address each of these identified needs, and every Laughingstock program is guaranteed to provide concrete results. Our building blocks for organizational transformation have been embraced by some of the most prestigious organizations on the Earth, and some of our relationships, like the one we enjoy with General Electric, have lasted for twenty-five years.