Our Keynotes ...
they're not for spectators!
Drawing on over 30 years of experience advising executives and teams in the government, private and non-profit sectors, Ray Jorgensen, Ph.D., delivers keynotes that offer a unique blend of storytelling, change leadership, vision, reflectiveness, and authenticity.
Using an interactive approach, Ray immerses audiences in communication activities that illustrate how improving the quality of relationships is linked to improving the quality of conversations. Ray's simple, practical and straightforward framework for engaging in conversations that improve relationships will leave the audience with a new perspective on how to communicate with others in a way that all parties learn with each other and cultivate mutual understanding and knowledge.
Attendees will also experience how this conversational learning environment sets the stage for higher-quality thinking, decision making and aligned action that can accelerate and maximize success in today's fast-paced, dynamic environment.
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"Enhance Your Meetings using Conversational Leadership:
Getting those 60 minutes of Your Life Back!"
(Or, how I learned to stop avoiding and love going to meetings)
"Change in Difficult Times"
"High-Quality Conversations lead to High-Quality Relationships,
which lead to High-Quality Results"
Where's Ray speaking?
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Armstrong Patient Safety and Quality Leadership Academy "Creating Resilient Teams"
Pegasus Communications Systems Thinking Conference “Building the Conference Community”
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Conference on Critical Thinking
Governor’s Conference, Denver, CO, “Leading Through Diversity”
Rotary International District Conference “The Demand for a Leadership Response”
Suffolk County Superintendents Association “Schools That Learn”
10th Annual Rotary Conference “Leading Today’s Communities”
IBM “Learning and Leadership through Technology”
National Association of Waste Management “Total Quality and Organizational Learning”
South Florida Water Management “Sustaining Leverage Change Efforts”
Future Educators Association “Leadership and the Teacher-Educator”
Florida School Board Assoc. “Executive Assessment in a Learning Community”
Stoughton, MA, Educators “Creating and Sustaining Learning Communities”
Rotary and Kiwanis Foundations “Service in America’s Communities”
State of Kentucky Dept. of Education “FPMS Model Principles”