Finding exactly the right speaker for your event can be challenging. Maybe that’s why you’re looking at this page right now. You are on a quest to find a great speaker for your next meeting.
Finding a speaker is relatively easy. Finding a great speaker is a bit bigger challenge. Finding a great speaker who is easy to work with. Now that’s euphoria!
And it just happens to be my goal as a speaker. I want to be the easiest speaker you have ever worked with and provide amazing results for you and your audience. As a servant-leader, my goal is to serve. That means meeting your needs as a meeting planner and meeting the needs of your audience — providing them an exciting, memorable, and transformative experience that moves them to action.
My Most Requested Topics.
I speak on topics related to Servant Leadership, the Good Life, higher purpose living and leading, and customer experience. I will customize my presentation to meet your organization’s specific needs.
My most requested topics include the following. Please keep in mind that I can present these as a keynote or a workshop. Also, I have a half-day or full day versions of most topics.
The Primary Colors of Servant Leadership
Looking for a fresh and colorful way to introduce Servant Leadership to your organization? In this keynote, Kevin uses the idea of primary colors as a simple way to introduce the core concepts of Servant Leadership. He also helps leaders identify the colors of their leadership palette and how all of the colors found in the Servant Leadership spectrum emerge by mixing and matching the primary colors.
Simple Secrets of Servant Leadership for A Great Workplace
Great companies know that being a great place to work is the key to creating work environments that attract and retain today’s top talent. They also know the relationship employees have with their immediate boss has the greatest impact on their satisfaction and engagement.
Increasingly, companies realize that the best bosses put the needs, growth, and development of those they lead ahead of those leading. In other words, they practice Servant Leadership. It’s the secret of many great bosses and great workplaces.
In this session, Kevin engages leaders in your organization on a journey of self-discovery to identify how the best leaders lead when they are leading at their best. He then shares seven simple servant leadership secrets that empower your leaders to provide their best leadership more consciously and consistently.
The Simple Secrets of Great Customer Experience: Take Care of YOUR People
Do you ever wonder why some companies simply excel at delivering extraordinary customer experience day in and day out? It’s not an accident. Every time you have a great customer experience it’s a clear that somewhere, someone is providing great leadership. Many of these companies share a secret. It’s all in how the leaders lead and serve at every level of the organization. Excellent customer experience begins in the C-Suite and cascades throughout the entire organization.
Many of these companies share a secret. It’s all in how the leaders lead and serve at every level of the organization. Excellent customer experience begins in the C-Suite and cascades throughout the entire organization. By putting employees first, then, and only then, can the employees truly care about the customers. It’s the virtuous cycle of service.
What You Get When You Book Me.
Here’s what you can expect from me and my team once you book me for your event:
- Prompt, professional replies to your phone calls and email messages.
- A personal phone consultation with me prior to your event, so I can better understand how to best serve you and your audience.
- Provide a written description of my presentation, speaker bio, and headshot for your program and promotional purposes
- Promotion for your event via my social media channels. (Assuming your event is open to the public and you want additional visibility for it.)
- My best professionally prepared, dynamically delivered presentation focused on achieving the outcomes you want with your audience.
- A custom resource page exclusively created for your attendees. It will include the slides used in the presentation, a copy of the handout, and other resources I believe will be helpful.
- A short follow-up meeting after the event with me or someone on my team, to make sure I met your expectations.
- Peace of mind for you!
See What Others Are Saying.
We wanted to kick off our leadership series by focusing on the philosophy that guides our growing biotech company: Servant Leadership. That’s why we hired Kevin Monroe to present a three-hour workshop for about 50 hand-picked emerging talent and members of our senior management team. Kevin is a fabulous speaker and resource. We have since incorporated his key messages in our annual performance review process to promote accountability.
As we continue to acquire companies with different corporate cultures, it’s imperative that everyone understands servant leadership, one of the five core values at Oracle Consulting Latin America and Caribbean. When Kevin presented his workshop for our top salespeople for Latin America, he made sure we were all in alignment and confirmed what we knew. We appreciated his positive, enthusiastic and humble approach and look forward to working with him again.
We engaged Kevin to design and deliver servant leadership programs that led to a rewarding consulting practice for clients like Oracle, the University of Monterey in Mexico, and the Project Management Institute. Stellar on his feet, he presents one-hour and multi-day training programs with authority, intelligence and an engaging, friendly style. He’s a collaborator, not a commander, a trusted advisor and guide. He’s the best.
We could have been a tough audience. More than 100 mostly tenured law enforcement and fire management officers required to spend a day and a half learning about something that might be considered warm and fuzzy: servant leadership. But because Kevin took the time to interview our staff and several key attendees in advance, customized his message, slides and materials to reference our world, and started by addressing ‘the elephant in the room,’ it was a big success.
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