"You will never change your life until you change something you do daily."
- John Maxwell
As a certified John Maxwell Coach, trainer, and speaker, I offer customized presentations to fit your individual or team’s needs and budget such as:
• 10-minute briefing
• “Lunch and Learn”
• Keynote speech for your company sponsored event
• Half-day and full-day workshop/seminar
• In-house corporate training
• Executive and personal retreat
• Partnership Summit
I will provide effective team communication and structure that is important for forging relationships, equipping your team with the proper attitudes to develop leaders within. We will work through goal-setting and communication exercises that will bring cohesiveness to your group, ultimately increasing productivity due to the positive influences each member will have on the group as a whole.
In addition, I will, at your request, incorporate your organization’s meeting theme, mission/vision statement, or build on your existing training schedule to best fit the needs of your group.
John took on one of the toughest and most important tasks at our church to help it thrive at a time when we were at a crossroads. He stepped in to teach the oldest and longest-standing Sunday school class, some members of whom have been in that same class for 30 years. They were set in their ways, always complaining, often bitter and combative. They went through teacher after teacher until John came along to challenge them, engage them and make a stale class thrive. I walk by now and see these older church-goers animated and engaged because of his leadership
I once saw John quiet a room full of 10-year-old boys who were waiting to get trophies for their football league. It was probably the toughest audience he ever faced. He already was a college football letterman and volunteered for a team that, of course, ended up winning the league. Parents and city politicians spoke while the boys threw food and paper at each other, jumped on tables and were a ruckus mess. Coach John stepped to the audience and, suddenly, everyone was seated and listening.
John has been inspiring audiences since he was president of his high school class and captain of the football team. Like a scene from “Remember the Titans,” I watched John quiet a racially charged crowd of young men and lead them to victory on the football field.