Laughing all the way to the corner office

09/24/2009 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

Being funny can open a lot of professional doors, Luke Johnson writes, because laughter puts people at ease and makes them more receptive to your leadership. Yet humor has its perils: Crude jokes can undermine your authority or even create legal trouble. Johnson suggests that humor isn't something a person is born with, but a skill they acquire through practice.

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