Pick the program that fits you

Sick of hearing the same motivational programs at every meeting, event, or seminar? With David, it's not a seminar, it's a SHOWminar featuring entertaining characters and comedy sketches that will keep you and your audience laughing as you learn and discover new ideas. 

Each of David's keynote presentations uses humor as a tool to get you thinking differently about the status quo, to inspire you to think of new ways to create a better experience of work, and to make you laugh.

 

Each of his programs is a perfect fit, whether you're in human resources, sales, leadership, customer service, hospitality, education, or your workplace could use a morale boost, regardless of industry. 

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Discover Your Motivation

Why do you go to work?

Understanding the answer to this question is the key to learning more about human behavior. Knowing your own motivation is the key to workplace engagement, but first you must learn why you work how you work, to see how to do it better.

- What drives human behavior?

- How perspective works

- Inspiring intrinsic motivation

- Inspiring motivation in others

The Perspective Directive

Positive psychology studies the tools people need to thrive. Perspective is one of these tools, one we're constantly using, but have not learned how to harness. Learn the importance of perspective and how to use it to learn, grow, and produce results.

- Your foundation: a starting point

- How perspective works

- The most beneficial perspectives

- Inspiring new perspectives in others

Lead

With Laughs

We have been conditioned to believe that work ISN'T ​"the time or place to laugh," but studies have conclusively shown that this couldn't be further from the truth. Discover why humor can be a powerful tool in inspiring creativity, productivity, and a collaborative workplace culture.

- The power of humor

- Laughing about the status quo - Beneficial types of humor 

- Creating a fun culture

The Human Experience Leader

Your job title just changed to "human experience leader." You have the same responsibilities, but  with a new focus on creating a positive experience for your customers and colleagues. How can you use this approach to create a better experience of work for yourself and those around you, starting from where you are?  

- Conscious creation

- Creating your own experience

- Creating a meaningful experience

- Creating a shared experience

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