Keynotes

My conference or meeting keynote programs are always customized to meet the needs of your audience and to amplify your conference or meeting theme. All my programs use storytelling, lecture, helpful visuals, a lot of humor, and plenty of audience dialogue to get people engaged with this important topic.

Possible starting points for creating a program for your meeting could be the following general keynote themes:

Man-Making – Men Helping Boys on Their Journey to Manhood
For mixed audiences on the overall topic of the tragic epidemic of under-male-nourished boys. We discuss the hard data on lost boys, and I describe what I call a “continuum of involvement,” a variety of supportive actions men can do with and for boys based on their level of commitment and interest.  In spite of the serious nature of the issues, this program will have lots of humor, people talking to each other, and everyone leaving with fresh ideas about something they can do to support boys on their journey to manhood. Learn more . . .

Recruiting Man-Makers
This presentation is targeted at groups or organizations that are trying to call men to action as volunteers and mentors for young males. We’ll review the barriers to involvement I found in my research, look at the “red flags” for men in your current marketing and offerings, and consider some creative ways to put out a call to action men can hear. I have learned a lot about messages men can and can’t hear over the years, and this program always gets me rave reviews for the very practical ideas that are generated. Learn more . . .


If you’d like to talk about a Man-Making keynote for your group, send me a note and I’ll get back to you very soon.

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