Last updated on August 12th, 2018 at 09:27 am
The best keynote speakers are not those who stuff their presentations with tons of information and hope the audience is invested enough to assimilate most of it.
Instead, the best speakers are those who know how to pick the most relevant ideas for their audiences, wrap them up in accessible language and relatable analogies, then weave everything together with great flow.
Some manage to add even more sprinkles on top and use humor not just as a mood booster, but as a catalyzer to knowledge acquisition as well.
Let’s see how 3 of them manage to make each attendee’s experience an engaging journey towards assimilating new ideas meant to improve life.
Scott Bloom is a business keynote speaker who’s widely acclaimed for his approach that mixes business growth insights with a constant concern towards your brand. He’s also well-appreciated for how he skillfully includes humor into all of his talks.
Scott’s specialty is that of emotional connections, a topic he’s been interested in for over 25 years. What made him stand out from others who cover the subject is that he applied this kind of knowledge to business-related aspects, such as networking or growth.
In the clip below, you can watch Scott Bloom deliver a humorous yet insightful speech on the power of partnership:
By listening to his presentation, guests will shape a better understanding of:
- the importance of creating lighthearted and transparent brand messages;
- how to leverage the power of humor within their human resources strategy;
- the benefits of embracing a more open approach to communication.
His refreshing perspective has earned him a reputation as ‘the keynote speaker to hire back.’ You can read more reviews from past clients here.
When storytelling meets humorous anecdote, winning event guests over and keeping them engaged throughout an entire talk comes naturally.
At least, that’s what happens in the case of Chris Cummins.
Chris Cummins is among the keynote speakers who have an extraordinary knack for arresting people’s attention. The goal is to take guests on an inspiring journey towards gaining a fresh outlook on life and a renewed enthusiasm for doing business.
Executives, sales reps, and other specialists in highly demanding fields vouch for Chris’s ability to unleash the productive and the high-achiever in everyone.
To get an idea of what his talks are all about, watch Chris masterfully entertain a TEDx audience with his unassuming, dynamic style of educational humor:
Keynote speakers who make a lasting impression are often those who have an extraordinary ability to encompass the needs and expectations of audiences in various industries into their programs.
David Glickman is no stranger to how important this is. In fact, he took things even further by creating hilarious talks that are entirely customized to each audience.
David’s performances are best described as ‘business shows,’ because he doesn’t just give a presentation – he also brings comic relief that is utterly entertaining.
Besides the observational humor which is a trademark of his talks, David combines visuals, props and a high level of energy into a single act that guests won’t get tired of.
How does all this come together on stage? Take a look at the video below and find out:
Not Your Regular Keynote Speakers
The speakers you’ve just read about are professionals who acknowledged the benefits of pairing up a good laugh with excellent knowledge.
Contact us here if you too can see the advantages of offering this type of fun, engaging and insightful entertainment to guests at your next event.
Also published on Medium.