Are you looking for an engaging keynote presentation for an upcoming event that your audience will remember for years to come? Audrey Thomas, CSP, is known for her inspirational stories and “keynotes with content”.
Her topics (as outlined below) are sure to leave audiences ready to take on the rest of their time at your conference or event with a productive mindset, and also inspire them with easy-to-implement strategies once they return to their office or home.
Don’t see a topic you’re looking for? Contact Audrey today at 952-944-9470 or by sending an email, so Audrey can help you choose a topic that’s perfect for your next event!
The Myth of Catching Up: Will You Ever Get There?
Overflowing inbox. Double-booked meetings. Unanswered voicemails. Deadlines. Hitting close to home? You’re not alone. Most of us feel overwhelmed and stressed. Learn strategies to save time and get more done with less stress. You’ll be ready to take immediate action when you return to your office!
This is an inspirational keynote-with-content! Meeting planners, this is a conference crowd-pleaser, whether as an opening or closing keynote.
Get the Mail out of the Oven: Transform Your Life at Work and Home!
How do you know if you’re disorganized? More importantly, how can you stop being disorganized? In this hilarious keynote, you’ll learn the simple definition of organization and learn strategies for organizing your stuff—in the office, the kitchen, the closets, even the garage!
This works as a keynote or closing address. Meeting planners, this one brings comic relief to any conference!
The Road Called Chaos: How Did I Get Here?
Contrary to what you may have heard, disorganized people were NOT born that way, nor are they doomed to a life of disorganization! The first step to becoming organized is understanding how you arrived at disorganization in the first place. With that knowledge, you are free to choose another road to travel. Audrey shares case studies from her 15 years as a consultant.
Often used by meeting planners as an opening or closing keynote, this session is both humorous and interactive.