Michael is a proven speaker with the ability to connect with audiences for high impact messages. He speaks on a wide range of topics but brings his signature passion and humor to each.
- Keynote Speeches: Problem Solving, Leadership, Work Life Balance, Employee Engagement
- Motivational Speaking: Overcoming Adversity, Work Life Balance, Taking Action Towards Purpose
- Professional Development Workshops: Six Sigma Training, Creating Innovation, Quality Tools, John Maxwell Team – Leadership
- John Maxwell Team: Leadership Masterminds
- College Events
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On behalf of MAPPS, the national non-profit association of private-sector firms engaged in all aspects of the geospatial community, I would like to personally thank you for the fantastic keynote address that you recently gave at our annual Summer Conference at the Belmond Theater in Charleston, South Carolina. Your insight on The Evolution of Innovation was rich in practical wisdom that our members could use while developing their business growth scenarios and strategic planning.
The comments I received from participants clearly demonstrated that your genuine presentation style allowed your keynote concerning change and break-through innovation to be delivered without any barriers. Others simply enjoyed the relevant humor and personal stories related to the theme which added to the effectiveness of your message.
Brian R. Raber, CMS, GISP, GLS
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TEDxGreenville Open Mic Audition
Michael created new goals in 2017 which included giving his first TEDx Talk. He auditioned for TEDxGreenville in September and earned his spot to share his idea worth spreading. Check it out.
Michael is passionate about finding problems and coming up with innovative solutions to solve them. He recently gave a TEDx talk were he described the issues we are facing and a proposal to teach problem solving and innovation to our kids starting in Kindergarten and continuing through high school. Research supports that this approach will work but it requires the US to think differently about our education system which is quickly falling down in world rankings. Innovation leads to new and better products which leads to increased profits which in turn generates more jobs and improves our ability to be a world leader. If things do not change now we will quickly fall behind China and India or…