Keynote

Terms such as Speech, workshop, Seminar and keynote can be interchangeable, but may not be what the organization really wants or needs.

What is a Keynote?

A True Keynote speech is a motivational speech that sets the overall tone and context for the event. It can be at the being of any event middle or at the end, then it either continues the conversation or wrap up the event.

“If your team could somehow magically change overnight, what is it that you‘d want them to know, say, or do differently?”

Are you looking for “an instructional speech” a motivational speech, or is the main purpose is for the attendees to be laughing and enjoying themselves: an entertaining speech.

Of course, all presentations require the speaker to focus on the audience, but a successful keynote requires an even bigger emphasis. In order to motivate change – the speaker must first genuinely connect with the attendees. Without a sold connection, it is impossible to inspire attendees to take action.

And just like any situation, solid connections are making by sharing and expressing common ground. The problem is speeches are mostly one-way conversations, so the speaker must get to know the audience ahead of time in order to incorporate appropriate connection references into the speech.

Keynote Topics

Art Astronomy Excursions Brain Gym
Business Children Conflict Management
Cooking Demonstration Culture & Diversity Economy
Entertainment & Humour Environment Experiences
Indigenous Finance Financial Literacy
Fitness / Nutrition Future Trends Health
Health & Safety Innovation Just for Fun
Languages (Accents) Leadership Magician
Management Media & Current Events Men Only
Motivation Personal Growth Relationships
Social Media Sports Stage Hypnotists
Stress Management Teams Technical
Travel Wellness Women Only
Workshops Speakers in French World Events
Kindness Customer Experience

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