Chris has conducted dozens of multi-day workshops with business teams in numerous countries. As a featured speaker for over 25 years, Chris is known for his ability to facilitate teams of people, oriented toward optimal effectiveness across organizational hierarchies. A few highlights include Chris presenting at the 1989 American Marketing Association Convention in Chicago (at the age of 25), he briefed the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff in 1994, and served as a keynote speaker at the 1998 GITA annual convention in San Diego, as well as the master of ceremonies for the New Zealand Business Awards in Auckland in November 2008.
Chris has shared the stage with numerous world-class presenters, facilitators, and business leaders, coauthoring books with Steven Covey, John Gray, and Les Brown. He is consistently sought out by the world’s most esteemed leaders to participate in the global dialogue for social transformation and inspirations.
A keynote speech is designed to deliver a meaningful and compelling message to a large audience. Though the time is short, Chris’ engaging, humorous, and entertaining style quickly builds rapport with his audience, while his innate ability to weave the customer’s current objectives and relevant issues into the keynote content will ensure his client’s needs are met. Chris does not have a set speech prepared for his events. Instead, he works with a number of subject themes that help frame each company’s unique message.
The Inspiration of Leadership
Doing What It Takes to Live Your Best Life Now; Developing Consistent Performance Through Time
Understanding and Living your Purpose
The Power of Your Vision
Leveraging Your Ideals to Develop Your Thoughts into Winning Actions
Thriving on Change: How to Adjust and Thrive in a Rapidly Advancing World
The Power of Personal Responsibility: Getting Out of Victimization, Entitlement and Blame and Jazzing Up Your Life