Last updated on July 5th, 2019 at 06:33 am
High-quality entertainment is very effective when it comes to holding the attention and interest of an audience for long periods of time. This makes entertainment the ideal vehicle for communicating important ideas and educating an audience.
However, using entertainment to educate is not something everybody can do. Luckily, the exceptional speakers we’ve included in this article have come to master this art.
Read on to learn more about them.
Proper communication is at the heart of business success, as it allows companies to be productive and operate efficiently. So it would make sense to book a keynote speaker who specializes in this field.
Well, Dr. Rick Brinkman is a best-selling author and a communication expert who is passionate about teaching the secrets of effective communication.
The insights he provides can be applied to numerous areas which are usually a part of an organization’s activity, such as:
- dealing with difficult people
- customer service
- meeting management
- and more.
Dr. Rick Brinkman has delivered thousands of keynotes and training for all types of audiences -- always customizing his content for each group and meeting theme.
His energetic presentation style alongside his humor, which is loved by everyone, makes his programs genuinely entertaining. So, your guests will not only learn practical communicating strategies, but they will also have fun!
If you’re curious to learn more about his presentation style, make sure to watch the clip below:
Ever thought you could use the universal language of color to enhance your communication strategies and increase sales, profits, and productivity?
Well, this innovative, surprising and entertaining approach has turned Scott Schwefel into one of the most exceptional speakers out there.
Scott is a published author and entrepreneur who now teaches leaders how to foster more effective communication strategies by using the Insights concept of four color energies (a method based on the work of psychologist Carl Jung).
Also, Scott has an incredible ability to command the room and keep audiences engaged by making them feel a part of the program -- even when speaking for large groups.
Take a look at the video below and see for yourself.
The most successful companies in the world have employees who genuinely enjoy their work, who are motivated by it and see each day as a Saturday -- a day they look forward to.
More often than not, though, that kind of productive behavior doesn’t just come out of thin air. Instead, it’s inspired by skilled leaders who have the tools and the knowledge to influence their team to step up, stand out and take actions which drive them forward.
Organizational culture also plays a critical role in how employees perform at their job. If the culture transmitted to employees is one of continuous evolvement, then individuals feel motivated and enabled to grow, as well.
If you want to create an environment for growth at your organization, consider booking Dr. Daniel Matthews. By artfully blending storytelling, humor, and interaction, he educates leaders in companies of all sizes on how to:
- motivate and enable a multi-generational workforce
- improve communication across the chain of command
- minimize conflict
- put together high-performing work teams
- build a culture of continuous improvement and growth.
Watch the video below to see a few highlights of Dr. Daniel’s powerful presentations:
Looking for More Exceptional speakers?
In case you need more options of exceptional speakers, we encourage you to browse through our extensive portfolio, featuring speakers whose expertise range from cyber-security and innovation to communication and corporate culture.
Also, feel free to contact us at 615 283 0039 in case you have any questions you’d like to ask us. We’re always happy to hear from you and help out in any way we can.
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