Humor at Work: Humor Project Conference 2012


Silver Bay, NY – This past weekend I spoke at the 55th International Humor Project Conference and had a great time. The people were welcoming, the speakers fantastic and the location incredible.

I conducted three different sessions, including a day-long Stand-up Comedy Bootcamp and two 75-minute sessions, one on the ROI of using humor in the workplace and the other on the power of strategic disengagement.

Notes will be coming soon, but in the meantime, you can check out pictures from the event on the Humor That Works Facebook page.

You can learn more about the Humor Project or learn more about our humor training.

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  • Jana Stanfield June 12, 2012, 8:58 am

    I saw Drew Tarvin, the editor of this humor, at The Humor Project, presenting a workshop and he was excellent. Funny, relevant, and helpful. I highly recommend him in any corporate setting, as a keynote speaker or workshop presenter, because Drew Tarvin delivers a powerful message about increasing productivity and commitment by making work more fun, using humor that’s clean, good-natured, and totally in synch with today’s corporate climate…since Drew does most of HIS work there.

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