Sometimes you only have an hour to make a difference for a big group of people.
Which means you want to make the most of the time you’ve got.
A good speaker is a change agent
Whether the opportunity is a leadership retreat, a sales meeting or your association’s regular gathering, the right speaker—well-prepared and well-positioned—can help you:
- Motivate new habits
- Build a platform for change
- Challenge people to think differently.
“This was absolutely top notch–the best I’ve attended at the conference or seen professionally. Lots of humor & anecdotes, great info to share and use. I know this will help me a great deal at work and in other relationships as well. I didn’t want the session to end! A+++++!”–Participant, “Trust and Influence,” SHRM 2013 Annual Conference and Exposition
We don’t do “canned” presentations
There are a few things you should know about our approach to keynotes.
- Every presentation is unique. While we rarely develop something from scratch (we have a lot of tried-and-true material to draw from), you’ll never get something canned from us.
- We don’t believe in “sit and get.” Our audiences always participates in some way, shape, or form.
- You’ll walk away with something useful. You’ll get tools and techniques you can immediately apply, along with the motivation to set your plans in motion.
“Thank you so much for a fantastic presentation at this year’s SHRM Conference! I have so many great ideas and insights to take back to work on Monday. I can’t wait to share with my colleagues.”–Bonnie Gauger, Human Resources Director, Johnson Keland Management