Keynotes: 30 – 75 minutes for any size audience
I develop custom keynote addresses around your audience needs and the theme of your event. Based on my in-depth research and interviews with over 250 CEOs and executives in 30+ industries and 20 countries, I can thoughtfully address any set of the following topics you choose.
A typical 45-minute keynote might cover 3 or 4 topics from the list of Leadership, Sales, and/or Character topics listed below.
- storytelling as a leadership tool
- setting a vision
- building commitment
- leading change
- making recommendations stick
- customer service
- defining culture and values
- encouraging collaboration
- valuing diversity and inclusion
- setting new policy
- inspiring and motivating the team
- building courage
- finding passion for your work
- providing coaching and feedback
- demonstrating problem-solving
- understanding the customer
- delegating authority
- encouraging innovation and creativity
- sales is everyone’s job
- earning respect on day one
Sales Topics: Storytelling for introducing yourself, building rapport, the main sales pitch, handling objections, closing the sale, service after the sale, and building loyalty.
ambition, open-mindedness, creativity, curiosity & learning, courage, integrity, self-reliance, grit, hard work, self-confidence, money & delayed gratification, health, positive mental attitude, dealing with loss, kindness, patience, fairness & justice, humility, respect for others, friendship, social intelligence, forgiveness & gratitude, appreciation of beauty.
To book Paul for a keynote address, please contact Chris Lee at Cal-Entertainment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|“Paul hit a huge home run with my very sophisticated audience. He is the real deal in keynote speakers, and we are very picky.”|
|Anthony Mullen, Conference Organizer, The Advanced Sales & Marketing Summit|
|“Paul….what can I say! You were absolutely phenomenal! I just knew our audience would love you!”|
|Dawn Beatrice Griffin, Ph.D., Conference Manager,National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media|