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This one trait could be key to your promotion

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It’s no joke – laughter can get you further. Image: Getty

When’s the last time you had a really good belly laugh? 

The answer to that question could impact your success at work. 

According to two Stanford academics, people tend to “fall off a humour cliff” when they enter the workforce, but injecting a sense of humour into work can lead to better workplaces and interpersonal relationships.

 Stanford psychology professor Jennifer Aaker and Stanford lecturer Naomi Bagdonas studied the role of humour…

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