Inspire

KEYNOTES

Timely and practical topics designed to help managers succeed in a hybrid world of work.

Inspire your managers with expert-led discussions and presentations

Looking for a speaker that brings practical insights and high energy to your next retreat or kickoff?

Want to change things up at your next leadership roundtable or off-site with an infusion of new ideas and optimism?

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What our customers say

Tony is an inspiring presenter and his positive vibe is contagious and refreshing! He has the ability to fully engage a large virtual audience or smaller leadership teams being virtually coached for full days at a time. This versatile skill set is rare and well needed in today’s work environment.

Tracey GatlandManaging Director, GRAPHISOFT North America

Tony was a phenomenal speaker. His tone was vibrant, and his style was engaging - highly recommended!

ControllerGlobal Pharmaceuticals Company

Tony was a great instructor — he brought great energy and kept everyone engaged.

Chief Technology OfficerFinancial Services Company

Keynote topics

Designed to fit into your planned agenda, keynotes can run from 45 to 75 minutes in length.

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The New Rules of Engagement

How to Lead in Hybrid Work

What role do managers play in making a hybrid model work? The workforce emerging from the pandemic is profoundly different than the one from two years ago. To implement a successful hybrid work model, organizations need managers and systems that foster greater autonomy and connect people to more than just a job.

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Harnessing the Science of Motivation

Motivation Principles at Work

The science is clear: People have internal drives that, when tapped, take retention and performance to a whole new level. What the past 50 years of research and best practice have taught us about how to unlock the best within our people at work.

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What the Best Coaches Do

Fundamentals of High-Impact Coaching

Remote and hybrid work have escalated the need for managers who coach effectively from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘need to have.’ The best coaches are guided by four universal principles that transform everyday interactions into learning and growth experiences.