Need a highly interactive keynote that will have your group intensely engaged and laughing? I illustrate communication concepts with games and activities from my improv theater training for a laugh-out-loud keynote that is regularly rated the “best of the year’ by organizations. Most small-group trainings are also keynote-length presentations.
It’s Not Just for Politicians!
Moving up in a company requires great social skills: social astuteness, interpersonal influence, networking ability, and apparent sincerity. In this keynote, I break these skills down and tell you how to improve at each one in order to build a supportive network and get known as a rock star at work!
Leading without Losing It
Have you forgotten that original dream that pushed you all of those late nights to become a leader? How can you protect that dream and let it fuel you while not becoming burnt out by the day-to-day chores of a job? Learn three secrets to help you cut down the noise around you and remember why you started this crazy journey in the first place.
Collaborate Like an Improv Comedian
Ever wonder how professional improvisers on the show Whose Line Is It, Anyway? can create comedy at a lightning pace? Learn their secrets to thinking fast on your feet, handling any curve balls that a co-worker could throw at you, and becoming the best team member to your group.
The Weapons of Influence
If you are in sales or marketing, you need to know how to sway your prospect’s opinion of your product or service. This keynote show you how to use pre-giving, social proof, and commitment and consistency to gain your audience’s attention and influence them to commit to your proposal.
One-two Punch of Persuasion: Power and Likeability
Do people like you at work, but don’t take you seriously? Or perhaps people take you seriously, but don’t listen to your ideas and proposals? You could have an imbalance of perceived power and likeability. Learn why we need a healthy balance of each trait and how to increase each one through communication behaviors!