Speaking Services


The high caliber of speakers you had for all the presentations were inspiring and thought provoking. I gained both personal and professional insights that will last a lifetime.  -Davine J.


Our faculty members have held leadership roles in military combat, education, non-profits, and corporations. This ensures that clients receive a well-rounded experience and learn skills from a variety of perspectives. They are experienced speakers, teachers and thought leaders who present at workshops, conferences and provide keynote speeches across the country.


The seminars our faculty teaches are also used as the “building blocks” to create our leadership development workshops. Our wide variety of topics and experienced faculty members gives us the ability to create a completely customized and unique workshop to address your specific needs and goals.

Our seminars are broken down into three key areas:

  • Experiential Leadership – Incorporate experiences, exercises and adult learning modalities for effective growth, development and team-building.
  • Individual Leadership – Enhance leadership potential by encouraging participants to assess their leadership style while raising their awareness of the soft and hard skills that will make them successful.
  • Organizational Leadership – Assist organizations in becoming more strategic in managing change, conflict, and uncertainty while still remaining focused on the vision and mission for continued growth and success.


Current events, changes demographics, technology, and the economy have a direct impact on the type of seminar topics our clients choose. Here is a sneak peek at some of the topics that have been in high demand this year.

  • Organizational Culture and Change
  • Becoming a Master Mentor
  • Executive Wellness
  • Leading During a Crisis
  • Managing the Media
  • Diversity and Leadership



Presented by Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, D.C., Seven Revolutions is “an ongoing research effort to identify and analyze the most important trends shaping our world out to the year 2035.”