If you need a speaker for a learning event, content can be aligned with your needs.
- Acclimation to the workplace for young professionals
- How to effectively engage with your manager
- Maximize retention of young professionals through “Reciprocal Reinforcement”
- Is your onboarding ongoing?
- Building mutual comfort and confidence between manager and direct report
“A good orator is pointed and impassioned”
In your business, do you have occasions or events that require a local speaker to assist in making a point through an inspirational and educational message with appropriate levity? John Laws has over 30 years of experience in appearing before audiences, large and small, from regional sales meetings to state and national engineering conferences to human resource organizations to non-profit groups
“The people only understand what they can feel; the only orators that can affect them are those who move them.”
Alphonse De Lamartine
Topics have varied based on the needs of the organization but most requests include information about assisting young professionals with their productivity, manager/direct report relationships, enhancing communication and engagement, and building competence and confidence in front line managers. Of course, the topic would be determined by what you want to accomplish, the point you want to make, and the presentation style you prefer.
“Find out what’s keeping them up nights and offer hope. Your theme must be an answer to their fears.”
Gerald C. Meyers
Of course, audience assessment is important in considering a speaker and I encourage you to review some of the feedback from my presentations