Thom Singer as your Next Keynote Speaker
Seeking the keynote speaker for your corporate or association conference? Planning a company meeting and need a presenter with strong content from a keynote speaker with an engaging style? Thom Singer is your next keynote speaker. His content will make your people think and take action (and he is fun and funny as a keynote speaker).
In a world consumed by digital shortcuts, creating meaningful influence in your business community matters more than ever before. Likes, links, shares and follows are not the answers to unlocking business potential. Human engagement is the key to success. Thom Singer is the best business keynote speaker for your event.
What Is A Keynote?
The keynote speech, or plenary presentation, is a shared experience for all participants. The motivational speaker in this role sets the tone for the rest of the conference. Usually lasting 45 minutes to an hour, the keynote speaker will impact all aspects of the meeting.
This is not to say research and data are not important. All speeches need to have meaningful content. But a talk that is only about the data is not a keynote speech. A successful keynote usually is focused on one main topic. A keynote speaker does not dump data to show how smart they are or convey everything they have experienced and researched.. The best keynote speaker has a “key” point that they want to bring to the audience (a “key-note”). They anchor the message through their experience as a storytelling speaker.
Keynote Speaker With Experience
Thom brings decades of sales, marketing, and leadership experience to his keynote presentations. He is committed to making the keynote address interactive, content-rich, and fun. Thom combines action-oriented content with an entertaining storytelling style. His public speaking skills have been fine tuned in over 900 presentations to business and association audiences.
As a business keynote speaker, Thom Singer works to engage your audience while helping create a culture for better engagement. He is a true “speakers business speaker” as he is committed to the meetings industry and the business of speaking. At corporate or association conferences he encourage attendees to maximize their event experience. Thom is known as “The Conference Catalyst” for his unique ways in getting people to network and learn at the meeting. He does more than speak and leave, but instead he participates as a member of the conference community at your event – before, during, and after the presentation you will find Thom engaged with the audience.
Hire Thom Singer as your next conference keynote speaker. And if you are looking for something extra and unique, Thom can stay for your whole event and serve as your master of ceremonies / EmCee. You can reach him directly or through your favorite speakers bureau.
He loves being a keynote speaker… Find out why Thom says “I love my job“.
Uncommon Connections: The Difference Between a Job and a Career
Adding one person to your inner circle is more powerful than 1000 additional followers on social media.
The reality of “social distancing” was that we learned Human Connections matter more than ever. All opportunities in life come from people, and those who understand how to make, grow and keep their business relationships find success in all economic situations. We are stronger together.
But this is about more than external networking. Your network is not just for job seekers and business development. The relationships inside your company are key to discovering the difference between a job and a career. In a world that has become more remote, the need to establish more trust and accountability in the workplace. People who are engaged with others through work will often stay at the company longer and work harder.
All things being equal, people choose to do share opportunities with those they know, like, and trust. But not all relationships in your business or personal life are created equally. A like, link, share, or follow is not necessarily a powerful engagement.
The contacts with whom you build long-term and mutually beneficial relationships that impact your life are rare. These “Uncommon Connections” can be cultivated and should be cherished. This presentation is an action packed look at how to create business friendships, build trust, and create unlimited opportunities.
Select Thom Singer as your keynote speaker.
- Discover why your network (inside and outside the company) matters more now than ever
- How to combine in-person and remote communications
- Gain clarity in cultivating relationships and how to ask for referrals and help
- Discover why your elevator pitch is not helping you network
- Explore how to connect with the right people
- Create a follow-up plan for taking business relationships beyond one meeting
- Discover the biggest limiting beliefs and how to circumvent them
- How to lead your team to embrace the power of human connections