We offer three traditional keynote* options:
- Be the Change
- Life Unlimited
We offer five non-traditional keynote** options:
- Break on Through (board breaking program)
- You got games
- It’s not what you know, it’s who you know
- Leadership dogs
- Builders, Boomers, Xers, Nexters, and Millennials: Multiple Generations working together on Campus
*What is a traditional keynote?
We define a keynote as being 50-90 minutes and can be presented in a fixed seating venue.
**What is a non-traditional keynote?
These programs range from 60-120 minutes and are much more experiential. Some can only be presented in a large open space without chairs. What separates these programs from workshop is they can be presented to larger audiences. All these programs have been used as a keynote for a conference (350-1200 participants)
Be the Change
You are an influencer on campus. You directly and indirectly shape the lives’ of people on campus. You have power. Left undirected, that power could go wasted.
Imagine how much more profound your impact will be when you consciously create connections and empower others.
You’ll experience the physical impact of negative and positive words; have an opportunity to share dreams; visualize a world where people are accepted; experience how it feels to give and receive acknowledgment.
You’ll also leave with a tool to implement immediately to reduce apathy and negativity, and generate a greater sense of involvement, connection and community.
Every student comes to college looking for something different. Essentially everyone has his or her own agenda. Life Unlimited acknowledges this by covering three very different topics to make sure EVERY student leaves the program with something that will impact their life in a positive way. Life Unlimited focuses on teaching you how to get the most out of life. It’s broken down into three very distinct sections: internal dialogue, fear, and commitment. Life Unlimited offers something for everyone so you can truly learn to live your lifeunlimited!
Break on Through
Board breaking program
Did you know you’re powerful enough to break a piece of wood? Yes, you! Experience your power. This is a metaphor for breaking through self-imposed barriers. Nervous? Have doubts? Than you need to do this. Thousands of lives have been changed already. Take your personal growth to the next level.
You got games
In this high energy, completely interactive program, participants learn new teambuilding and icebreaker games and activities. They’ll learn how to encourage participants to step out of their comfort zones, have some fun, and create a lively and connected community. They’ll also learn the subtleties of getting people to ‘buy in’ to your activities and letting go of their inhibitions and fully immersing themselves in the moment. In the end, they’ll receive a fantastic list of games and icebreakers.
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Yes, it’s a very old saying. Yes, it’s even a cliché. BUT that doesn’t mean it isn’t true. In today’s market, it’s more important than ever to make a big impact when you meet the right people. They need to remember you. In this highly interactive and informative session, you’ll discover how to be a better networker, rapport builder and all around success magnet. Learning Outcomes:
Experience how to be a better networker
Learn how to make someone feel like they matter when you meet them
Discover new ways to make your first meetings memorable
Maximize your first impression
Make meaningful new contacts with the other participants present
Conflict management and communication styles
Conflict is inevitable. How leaders deal with conflict says a lot about how they lead. Based on conflict styles research, this engaging, insightful program illustrates five distinct leadership styles, from the assertive and powerful Bulldog, to the happy-go-lucky Black Lab, and everything in between. Discover your “inner dog” and use that awareness to create a happier and healthier campus. Whether you’re an old dog, or a young pup, you’ll learn some new tricks to recognize other breeds of leaders, and uncover ways to adapt your own leadership style to help make your organization/community/campus “best in show.”
Builders, Boomers, Xers, Nexters, and Millennials: Multiple Generations working together on Campus
Can Boomers and Xers ever see eye to eye? How do you motivate a Millennial, anyway? If you have generational differences on campus, you might have generational conflicts as well.
More than any other time in history we have four generations all working together. Also, not only are most of the students Millennials, but every day more and more are joining the work force with you on campus.
This insightful, interactive, and eye-opening program will help you determine who the generations are at your campus, how generational differences in values and work philosophies influence productivity and morale, and what you can do to capitalize on the strengths of each generation.