Our passion for people aka #SupportTheBridge is what lies at the heart of all our keynote addresses. Whether we are focusing on Learning to Lead Greatly, Creating a Culture of Ownership, or Leading Change, it is always with the people of your organization in mind. We can customize presentations to fit any theme, just contact us and we will start the process.
To get you started, here are a few of our most requested keynotes
Throughout the technology boom, many organizations saw engagement levels plummet as they increased their focus on efficiency and information at the expense of relationships with their employees. This fact coupled with volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous times in which we are operating, has left leaders scrambling to figure out how to guide their organizations through the damage left from the waves of broken relationships. Thankfully, there are a set of tried and true leadership competencies that have retained their value.
Using humorous storytelling and real world examples, Leadership Secrets from the Wizard of Oz focuses on the core competency possessed by each character in the story and demonstrates its practical application to the leader who wants to positively impact their organization and become the kind of leader people follow by choice. Whether participants are currently leading or simply wanting to increase their influence, Leadership Secrets from the Wizard of Oz provides a fresh perspective on maximizing their impact as activist, capability builder, and facilitator of organizational change. Are you ready to go see the Wizard?
Anxiety and distress are common responses to the prospect of change and left unchecked they can blind us to the opportunity for growth that change provides. A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skillful Sailor outlines five foundational principles that when followed can serve as an anchor when the waves of change are upon us. Infused with humorous stories and valuable lessons learned through a lifetime of navigating change, this keynote will not only leave you energized, refocused, and believing you can take on the world, but also give you practical tools to assist you.
Thoreau once said, “The greatest compliment I ever received was when someone asked me what I thought and then attended to my answer.” Because their fingers often rest on the pulse of the organization, leaders frequently possess information that can help move their organizations from good to great. Nevertheless, possession of a good idea is never enough, true leadership requires the ability to craft a message that is compelling and moves people to action. From the C-suite to the line worker, influence is the hallmark of the 21st century leader.
“Can You Hear Me Now?” explores the subtle communication nuances that can be the difference between ideas that are heard and those that are overlooked. Combining research, personal stories, and real-life examples, this frank and at times, humorous presentation will take listeners on a collective journey that is guaranteed to leave them challenged, energized and refreshed.