Engineering Humor: A Systematic Process for Being Funnier and Effective-er
You already know the importance of adding humor to your presentations, but do you know how to do it? Humor is a skill which means it can be learned. This session will teach you that skill by helping you understand your personal humor style and teach you a process for punching up your presentations to gain more laughter, increase engagement, and have a lot more fun.
- Learn a step-by-step process to adding humor to their programs.
- Understand 10 common humor devices.
- Practice skills needed to effectively use humor.
Andrew Tarvin is the founder and CEO of Humor That Works, a consultancy that strategically leverages humor for better business results. He has partnered with some of the world's leading organizations--including Microsoft, the United Nations, and the FBI--to solve human challenges with humor solutions.
Andrew is a best-selling author, has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and Forbes, and was named a Visionary Under 40 by the P&G Alumni Network. His TEDx talk on the skill of humor has been viewed more than six million times, only half of which were his mother. He loves puns and chocolate.
NOTE: Information on the link for the virtual meeting will be sent to all registered persons the morning of the event.