Corporate training improvisation trivia
Some exciting news to share! After seven years of producing trivia team building activities, TrivWorks has now expanded to offer practical corporate training courses to companies nationwide! Partnering with corporate trainer/program designer and improvisation coach Rob Schiffmann, we have developed a series of innovative skills-focused workshops, built around a fully-customized, laugh-filled team trivia contest!
We are so thrilled about these new courses, and are excited to bring a fresh and compelling form of learning to companies off all types and sizes. The full press release is below – check it out!
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TrivWorks™ Announces New Line of Trivia-Based Corporate Training Programs
Team Building Company Partners with Veteran Corporate Trainer Rob Schiffmann to Create Unique Practical Seminars
September 29, 2016 – New York, NY – TrivWorks™, a corporate team building company specializing in live trivia events, has joined forces with longtime corporate trainer, emcee and award-winning improvisation coach Rob Schiffmann to create an exceedingly unique and interactive new line of workplace training programs.
Expertly combining practical workshops with improvisation and customized trivia, companies seeking to provide employees with novel training opportunities now have an extremely compelling new option available. By harnessing the raucous competitive energy of friendly team trivia with hysterical improvisation to reinforce practical workplace skills, audiences large and small can now enjoy a highly interactive and impactful learning experience like no other.
Focusing on critical workplace skills frequently sought out by managers across all industries, this new line of courses includes seminars on Communication, Presentation, Feedback, Leadership, and Narrative. All five courses will feature a fast-paced combination of lively icebreakers, useful lectures, and hilarious practical games and exercises utilizing short-form improvisation, as well as team trivia challenges that have been meticulously tailored to specific groups and goals. Each course is available as a two-hour, half-day, full-day or multi-day program, and may be held as either a stand-alone class or in combination with other programs in the series.
“Now more than ever, companies need fun & effective training programs which will hold employees’ attention and make an impact,” says TrivWorks™ founder David Jacobson, a team building professional with 10 years’ experience producing group bonding activities for corporate audiences. “This new collaboration is a natural expansion of the engaging trivia team building activities which companies have turned to TrivWorks™ for, and allows us to address essential skills in a highly focused and deliberate way.”
Established in New York City in 2009, TrivWorks™ is a corporate team building company specializing in live trivia events. Known for full customization, professional event emcees and service industry expertise, TrivWorks™ offers a diverse range of high-quality event experiences including celebrity hosts, comedians, magicians, improvisers, karaoke, DJs and more. Servicing a robust client list of Fortune 500 companies, TrivWorks™ has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, Entrepreneur, Successful Meetings and other media outlets. In the summer of 2016, TrivWorks™ expanded by opening an office in Long Beach, CA, to better service clients along the West Coast and nationally.
Rob Schiffmann is a veteran corporate trainer, facilitator and program developer with over 20 years’ experience. An award-winning professional improviser, seasoned event emcee and experienced game show host, his distinctive background and expertise make him uniquely qualified to lead this new program series. He notes how this collaboration will bring something completely new and riveting to corporate training.
“I am excited for the marriage of trivia and improvisational skill building. Both involve listening, being present, and staying on your toes. Audiences should be prepared to learn – and have a blast doing it!”