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The Andrew Tarvin talks on humor at work explain how work and humor are not on opposite ends of a spectrum, but rather should come together in order to increase efficiency and effectiveness. The speaker began his career as a computer engineer, after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Ohio State University. He worked as an intern for Proctor & Gamble, eventually joining them full-time as an analyst and then international project manager. Throughout this time, he also began performing with an improv comedy troupe and started doing stand-up.
While at P & G, the speaker began an internal blog called the Corporate Humorist. After moving to New York to grow and gain experience as a comedian, Tarvin established Humor That Works in 2009. In 2012 he left P & G to focus on Humor That Works full-time as a speaker, trainer, author and coach. The Andrew Tarvin talks clearly demonstrate his expertise in this area.
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Andrew Tarvin's Work Humor Talk Aims for Efficiency and Effectiveness
In his work humor talk, Andrew Tarvin asserts just because something is efficient doesn’t mean it’s effective. While most people view humor and work at opposite ends of the spectrum, in... Read More