For over a decade I've been speaking to audiences about leadership, business, and life. Below you'll find my most common programs. I also enjoy opportunities to contribute to panels from time to time.
Five facts to help us all get back up as we navigate failure
What’s one thing that everyone in business has in common? We’ve all failed at something before. And we've all had to get back up.
Even if you haven’t noticed, you’ve likely failed at something. There’s a lot of risk in entrepreneurship; in being trusted by customers; in being a leader to your growing team. And with risk often comes failure at some point.
It’s time to talk about the realities of failure. The fear, the shame, the embarrassment, and possibly the depression that comes with it. If you’ve ever failed—and you have—you’ll want to hear this. And so will your audience.
Learn more about Getting Back Up →
Designing a business that doesn’t rely on you to keep going—and growing
Most executives and business owners cannot take a month off from work and know that their business will not only survive, but maybe even thrive. Far too often, as entrepreneurs we find ourselves putting out one fire after another and our focus time rapidly depleting. We attend meetings, seminars, and conferences gaining great insights and ideas, yet struggle to implement them. We're stuck in a system and a rhythm.
This keynote will help get us unstuck. We look at ways to work less in the business and set aside time to work on the business by providing practical steps to reduce our role as company firefighters. It's time for owners to be less tethered to the business. It's time for owners to get away from being a liability because they're so depended on. It's time for a new way and a new level.
Learn more about Can Your Business Grow Without You? →
Using the art (and science) of storytelling to lead better
There's a good reason storytelling has been around longer than history can show. Leaders should know how to tap into simple story telling techniques to make their leadership and communication as impactful as possible. This talk or workshop shows them exactly how to do that.
Learn more about Leading through Storytelling →
Intentionally creating a place people love to work
Every workplace has a culture whether you realize it or not. The best organizations out there tend to shape and influence the culture on purpose. In this keynote, we look at how everyone in an organization, from the founders to the newest hires, can help create and sustain a healthy culture.
It's important for leaders to recognize that culture is the combination of what you create and what you allow. Together we spend time exploring what healthy cultures look like, and what great leaders create and allow to build those cultures.
Learn more about Creating Your Culture →
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