Andrew Tarvin is the Founder and CEO of Humor That Works, teaching professionals how to use humor to achieve better business results.
Comedy equals tragedy plus time [1:53]
Stress is not a bad thing when dealt with humor [2:41]
How engineers could be funny as well [4:00]
A humor map that helps you strategize laughter as a business tool [6:20]
How to use humor to strengthen your network [7:30]
Why it’s important to understand the different styles of humor [9:23]
Curating humor breaks for greater efficiency at work [10:26]
Laughter as a way to get people on the same side together [12:49]
What tracking and rating managers’ humor could improve at work [13:56]
Why you should start your town hall meetings with knock-knock jokes [17:39]
Elevating humor as a vital skill to learn [19:48]
Andrew has partnered with leading organizations including IBM, the UN, and the FBI to solve human challenges with humor solutions.
A best-selling author, Andrew has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and FastCompany, 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.