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laugh-learn.com

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23950 Parke Ct.
Tehachapi, CA 93561
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About laugh-learn.com
  • We're known for providing seriously fun training that delivers results. So if you're planning a company retreat and need some fun but practical, productive activities, check us out.

    We're also experienced solution providers for any organizational need, including conflict management, interpersonal communications, customer service, team building, employee morale, and leadership, management and supervisory skill development. From many years of experience we've seen how people learn faster when the training is relaxed and fun. Your employees will thank you for bringing a Laugh-Learn workshop to your organization.

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White Papers by laugh-learn.com
  • A Different Way to Look at Leadership By

    In a healthy organization, an effective leader's behavior and character is different from the way the media typically portrays the concept of leadership. Read more
  • Pondering the Perils of PowerPoint By

    We tend to accept the notion that PowerPoint is necessary as a training tool. It's not -- and, considering the way it's used much of the time, it can create more problems that it solves. Read more
  • The Power of Experiential Learning By

    This paper describes the concept of Experiential Learning and why it is such an effective method to facilitate meaningful behavioral change. Read more