Search
Close this search box.

Tessy Ojo | Humour, Hope and Humanity

Share Article

Tessy Ojo

Tessy Ojo CBE is a champion of cheer and charitable work. As the Chief Executive of The Diana Award, the only charity named after Diana, Princess of Wales, Ojo approaches her work with an attitude of gratitude to inspire hope in the nation’s hard-hit youth.

“I always think about gratitude as my default attitude in that sense, and humour kind of allows me to see the beauty of life.”

Ojo has had the opportunity to perform charitable endeavours with both Prince William and Prince Harry to fulfil the charitable vision of their mother, Princess Diana. Ojo’s charitable work puts young people at the centre of community-based change. She is no stranger to humans in hard situations. She knows that a sense of humour is the best medicine for getting through tough times. Whether in charity work or business, Ojo knows when you put the human and humour first, hope will follow.

“You’ve just got to see the funny bits of life.”

 

Tessy knows that empathy is key to unlocking people’s full potential. Even in business, when you listen to those you work with, you can better understand their situation. A better understanding can help you find the solution that will result in success.

“You can empathise, and you can listen to build that empathy.”

Join us this week for a variety of hilarious stories and hard-hitting humour tips from Tessy Ojo. Leading with humour can help you inspire hope in those going through a tough time. Learn how you can lead like the only British-Born Recipient of the Martin Luther King Jr. Prize and put the human and humour first to give hope to all, this week on The Humourology Podcast.

 

Tessy Ojo is the CEO of the only charity set up in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales and her belief that young people have the power to change the world. Their mission is to empower young people to lead that change through a range of initiatives which unlock their potential, inspire action, and create opportunities, ensuring that no young person is left out or left behind. You can find out more about their amazing work HERE and get involved and donate.
By working with young people and partners The Diana Award can create the change we want to see in the world.

 

We love your feedback and have a huge attitude of gratitude to each and every one of you for taking the time to listen, like and leave a review.

See you next Tuesday.

Warmest,

Paul x

Listen & Subscribe where you enjoy your Podcasts

See also:

More Humourology highlights

News

John La Valle | Taking the NLP

John knows that a great sense of humour is what it takes to be successful in the board room. He suggests punching up your linguistic skills to build your sense of humour. Mastering mirthful language will help you lighten up colleagues and close the deal.

Article

From Mindfulness to Playfulness

Both of our recent guests on The Humourology Podcast have built their careers on using humour to communicate with their creative teams and the general public.

Tony spitting flames on the mic
News

Sir Tony Robinson | No Cunning Plan

Sir Tony Robinson knows that listening is everything. For Robinson, active listening is the best way to hear the heart of your audience. Want to connect with your crowd and get your message across? Robinson says listening is the key!

Funny bones

So much to listen to... you're going to need more ears!
Listen to the smartest and funniest advice around from over 70 guests, 4,000 minutes of laughs & learnings
Explore all podcasts
Get all the funny, fastest!
Read the best of the hot takes, soundbites and bulletins from the brains behind Humourology
Explore all the News
Previous slide
Next slide