A keynote speech should be informative and entertaining. It should deliver something that connects with every attendee on a practical level, and also lets them feel positive and engaged emotionally.
I have been speaking about time management, people and technology for over 20 years. This has allowed me to pull together a great collection of stories, analogies and humorous anecdotes to create one amazing keynote. This is a great, and unique opportunity for you and your team: a presentation where you can laugh and relax, while learning just how easy it is to become highly efficient as an individual and as a team.
Three speakers in one!
- Educational: Learn some of the best, proven practices for effective time management and communication skills that you can start using right away.
- Funny: My stores and jokes are tasteful and clean. They look at workplace life in a way everyone can relate to.
- Motivational. Your staff will feel better, and more inspired, individually and as a team.
Some companies hire me to be their “opener” for a retreat or convention, setting a positive, upbeat tone for the entire event. Others hire me as their closer, to end the event with a memorable and enjoyable collective laugh.
I’m here to make you look good.
When an event planner or company manager makes a choice to hire a speaker, there is risk involved. You stake your reputation on making a choice that everyone will remember.
A good speaker must be both expert and entertainer, someone who leaves the audience feeling good – about the topic, and about your decision to make the hire.
I was awarded Platinum Status for consistently high ratings by Meeting Professionals International (MPI), and I have been a featured speaker at the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario for over 10 years, as well as the executive leadership groups TEC Canada and CEO Global. I am also a frequent guest on all types of news media.
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