A Little Bit About Me

I’ve been speaking publicly for over 20 years. Today, where and to whom I speak varies greatly. From churches, to businesses or business seminars as well as leadership trainings I speak well over 200 times a year. As one of the callings on my life, I truly love teaching and training leaders and pastors.

Regular Speaking Topics

I speak on a variety of topics; here are some of the most common ones:

1. Healthy Teams.

  • How to lead a Life-Giving Staff mtg.
  • The difference between an informational mtg and a decision making mtg
  • How to lead a mtg with healthy conflict
  • Identifying a Gap in a team member
  • How to help someone close the gap – 5 C’s
  • Letting someone go
  • How to build Trust
  • 5 Dysfunctions
  • 9 Ways to spot Unhealth on your Teams
  • How to work with an assistant effectively
  • The Duck Talk – How we think about developing leaders

2. Communicating for Life-Change.

  • Raising Up Communicators
  • Getting ahead of the Monster of Sunday
  • Series Creation in a 8 steps or less
  • How to lead a Blue Sky Mtg
  • The 75 minutes of your weekend service
  • How I write messages – 6 ways

3. Marketing and Buzz.

  • Adding Value :: The New Competitive Advantage in the Marketplace…

4. Leadership.

  • Taking control of your personal schedule
  • Staying married & in leadership
  • Facing Insecurity :: The Secret Bottleneck holding you back from your future

5. Organizational Growth.

  • S-Curve: 5 Phases of Growth
  • Combating Complacency & Downloading DNA
  • Shifting your staff & Embracing new Expectations
  • Enlarging your Environments & Shifting your thinking from Family to Organization

What to Expect

If you have me speak at your event, here’s what you can expect:

  • Prompt response to your email.
  • Personal consultation before the event to ensure I understand what you want.
  • Promotion of your event on my blog and social media channels.
  • Teachings full of humor, challenges, and conversational tone.

Interested in a speaking engagement? Email my assistant, Cheri Williams.