Humor That Works
New York, NY / United States
60 minute keynote, half- and full-day trainings covering:
* Humor That Works: Why Smart Workers Use Humor
* The Confident Communicator: How to Communicate Any Message to Anyone
* Connecting Humans: How to Develop Meaningful Relationships at Work
* Solving On Your Feet: The 5 Steps of Improvised Problem Solving
* Strategic Disengagement: How to Reduce Stress and Prevent Burnout
“No MBA class ever taught me how to bring humor into the workplace. The creative and actionable methods Andrew has bottled up and served to his audiences is a must-have for any aspiring leader in business today.”
–Mark von Oven, Business Intelligence Customer Leader, Procter & Gamble
“I literally felt like I was learning something new with everything he said. I feel like he made my brain work in ways I had never used it before. It was crazy how he made everything he explained so easy to understand. He is extremely funny and sweet.”
–Berry, Student, Louisiana State University
“Funny, witty, highly intelligent (and handsome!) son!”
–LuAnn Tarvin, my mom
Andrew Tarvin is an award-winning speaker, trainer, author and coach. Through his company, Humor That Works, he teaches individuals and organizations how to use humor to be more effective, more productive and more awesome.
He is the author of 4 books, including the Amazon Best-Seller Humor That Works: 501 Ways to Use Humor to Beat Stress, Increase Productivity and Have Fun at Work. He has also written more than 400+ posts on business topics such as humor, leadership and productivity, garnering more than 1.1 million pageviews from 180 countries.
As a speaker, trainer and coach, Andrew has worked with more than 100 organizations including Procter & Gamble, General Assembly and The Ohio State University on topics including humor in the workplace, communicating confidently, and strategic disengagement. As a stand-up and improv comedian, he has performed more than 500 shows in front of 30,000+ people.
He loves the color orange and is obsessed with milkshakes.