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|CHAPTER 18 Humor: A Powerful Tool, but Handle with Care “Once you get |
people laughing, they're listening and you can tell them almost anything. ... Leo
Rosten once described humor as “the affectionate communication of insight.”
Risks of ...
|“Humor is the affectionate communication of insight.” - Leo Rosten Whether you |
are speaking at a staff meeting, seminar, or conference, using humor can help
communicate information more effectively to your audience. Humor makes your ...
|David M. Jacobson. Chapter Seven: HabitFive Use your humorous imagination to |
improve your communication “Cohumorcation” Humor is the affectionate
communication of insight. Leo C. Rosten good bad ugly Clint Eastwood How did
he get ...
|I love to quote Leo Rosten, the Polish-born American educator and humorist: “[|
Humor is] the affectionate communication of insight.” In my humor research with
leaders, I found that there were leaders who felt “affectionately encountered”
|406) There is the suggestion in the above passage that humor may be a useful |
mechanism for dealing with the crises ... The writer Leo Rosten (1970), who has
defined humor as “the affectionate communication of insight,” says that humor ...
|Rogers, Will Humor is the affectionate communication of insight. - Rosten, Leo |
Humor is, I think, the sublets and chanciest of literary forms. It is surely not
accidental that there are a thousand novelists, essayists, poets or journalists for
|Humor is the affectionate communication of insight. LEO ROSTEN Humor |
isawonderful gift. Some ofus haveit naturally, but some ofustake everything
muchtoo seriously. Aswe try to become morejoyful and see the lightness we can
|Edward Albee If you could choose one characteristic that would get you through |
life, choose a sense of humor. Jennifer Jones Humor is the affectionate
communication of insight. Leo Rosten Humor is everywhere, in that there's irony
in just ...
|Humor is the affectionate communication of insight. -Leo Rosten - As parents we |
can feel anger building up towards our children; and next the child says
something funny with an adorable expression on their face. After bursting out into
|A Handbook of Humour Arthur Roy Eckardt ... If humor is a function of space it |
may also be a function of time, as when it is manifest in the form of satire. In the
words ... For Leo Rosten, humor is "the affectionate communication of insight."11