Paul Giroux The Game Show Dad
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July 7, 2020
Get a different perspective in this podcast = from TeamBonding’s Director of Facilitator Training Paul Giroux. With over 15 years of experience facilitating hundreds of programs per year, Paul has become one of our most sought-after Facilitators and we have the references to prove it. Listen to this podcast to hear his story of how using game shows can build team leadership.
Paul has facilitated hundreds of events for diverse clients like Deloitte, Verizon, Glaxo Smith Kline, PWC, ESPN, Direct TV, Game Show Network, and many more! He provides the right mix of Energy, Fun, Organization, Comedy, and did we say ENERGY no matter what style your program needs. Taking your program beyond your expectations is Paul’s full-time passion, and he possesses an uncanny knack for versatility and an ability to adapt to any crowd or situation.
" We want the one where it’s highly energetic and people talk about it for days after because they had an experience and not just ‘built a bike’ "- Paul Giroux
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