Jim Lyttle, Ph.D.
Public Speaking


Lyttle, Jim. (2017, January 8). Freethought: Historical context and hysterical connections. Presentation to the monthly meeting of the Lake Superior Freethinkers in Duluth, MN.

Lyttle, Jim. (2015, October 30). Using humor to challenge intractable beliefs. Presentation to the Regional Gathering of American Mensa in Chicago, IL.

Lyttle, Jim. (2014, June 6). Humor as a systemic phenomenon. Presentation to the Systems Group at the National Rural Health Resource Center in Duluth, MN.

Lyttle, Jim. (2013, December 1). Having fun with religion. Presentation to the Lake Superior Freethinkers in the Radisson Great Hall in Duluth, MN.

Lyttle, Jim. (2013, April 24). A framework for the therapeutic use of humor. Presentation to the Management Studies faculty of the University of Minnesota at Duluth, MN.

Lyttle, Jim. (2011, April 30). Strange bruise: Canadian humorists in America. Presentation at the Regional Gathering of Mensa of Wisconsin in Appleton, WI.

Lyttle, Jim. (2011, April 29). Ethics of humor: When is it wrong to laugh? Presentation at the Regional Gathering of Mensa of Wisconsin in Appleton, WI.

Lyttle, Jim. (2010, July 3). Take off, eh? Hosers ribbin' Murkans for Yankee dollars. Presentation at the 50th Annual Gathering of American Mensa and Mensa Canada in Detroit, MI.

Lyttle, Jim. (2010, March 6). Having fun isn't good enough: Inform people or move them! Presentation at Snowball: the 36th Regional Gathering of Central New Jersey Mensa in Woodbridge, NJ.

Lyttle, Jim. (2010, January 13). Top ten reasons to think twice about humor in the workplace. Research Show-case at the Pennsylvania State University's Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies in Malvern, PA.

Lyttle, Jim. (2009, June 17). The effective and responsible use of humor in therapy. Professional Workshop presented at the Annual Convention of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Harrisburg, PA.

Lyttle, Jim. (2008, September 10). Theory building in humor research. Research Showcase at Pennsylvania State University's Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies in Malvern, PA.

Lyttle, Jim. (2007, July 12). The effective and responsible use of humor in persuasion. Participant Seminar at the 7th International Summer School and Symposium on Humour and Laughter at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Lyttle, Jim. (2007, March 25). Humor in advertising: Where's the beef? In C. Edwards (Chairman), Mensa Colloquium 2007: Aspects of humor (The art and science of laughter), Chicago, IL.

Lyttle, Jim. (2006, April 2). Management problem-solving. Presentation as part of LIU Day at Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.

Lyttle, Jim. (2006, March 8). Interpersonal challenges in management. Presentation as part of Youth for Business and Technology at Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.

Lyttle, Jim. (2006, March 29). The effective use of humor to teach, persuade and counsel others. Presentation as part of the Richard L. Connolly Faculty Forum at Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.


Lyttle, Jim. (2005, November 30). The case method. Faculty Development Workshop for members of the business school faculty in the Schloss Room at Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.

Lyttle, Jim. (2005, April 8). Humor? Now, that really smarts! Invited presentation at "A New York State of Mind," the Greater New York Mensa Regional Gathering, Staten Island, NY.

Lyttle, Jim. (2004, March 19). The effective and responsible use of humor in the workplace. Presentation to Hospitality and Tourism Management students at George Brown College, Toronto, Canada.

Lyttle, Jim. (2004, March 17). The effective and responsible use of humor in the workplace. Presentation to School of Business Management students at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.

Lyttle, Jim. (2003, October 4). What's so comical about the comics? Invited presentation at "See You in the Funny Papers," the Mensa Regional Gathering, Elyria, OH.

Lyttle, Jym. (2003, April 25). The genius of humor. Invited presentation at "A New York State of Mind," the Greater New York Mensa Regional Gathering, Staten Island, NY.

Lyttle, Jim. (2002, June 25). Business ethics for accounting professionals. Presentation at Career Opportunities for Accounting Professionals at Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.

Lyttle, Jim. (2002, April 24). Using humor in management education: A group decision project. Poster presented as part of the Discovery 2002 showcase of works in progress, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.

Kaplan, Jordan, & Jim Lyttle. (2002, April 24). The relationship between personal styles and college majors: Stacking the deck for success. Poster presented as part of the Discovery 2002 showcase of works in progress, Long Island University, Brookyn, NY.

Lyttle, Jim. (2001, March 10). The responsible use of humour in the global workplace. Invited presentation at APEX 2001: Conquering the Global Workplace, Toronto, Canada.

Lyttle, Jim. (2000, July 1). What's so funny about humour? Invited presentation at Millennium M.A.G.I.C., the annual gathering of Mensa Canada, Toronto, Canada.

Lyttle, Jim. (2000, January 6). The ethical implications of humour in the workplace. The Inquiring Minds Group of Mensa Canada, Toronto, Canada.

Lyttle, Jim. (1998, October 21). The effectiveness of humour in ethics awareness training. Business Ethics Brownbag Luncheon Series at York University, Toronto, Canada.

Lyttle, Jim. (1998, March 18). Dilbert on ethics: Ethics awareness at Lockheed Martin. Business Ethics Brown-bag Luncheon Series at York University, Toronto, Canada.

Lyttle, Jim. (1997, November 11). That's not funny! The ethics of offensive humour. Business Ethics Brownbag Luncheon Series at York University, Toronto, Canada.


         

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