MOVE – How to move your audience from information to inspiration
Have you ever wondered what the secret was that allows one speaker to have a powerful impact on an audience while another speaker has virtually no impact on the audience? There is a trend in the professional speaking industry, where clients demand more meaningful content that drives positive audience change.
If there were a way that you could learn a proven methodology that would increase your ability to facilitate long-lasting change in your audience, would you want to know about it? This methodology is called MOVE. This session will give you:
- a clear and consistent pathway to take your audience to where they want to be
- insights from some of the top speakers in the world
- tools to create positive, long-lasting behavior change in your audience
Presented by John F. Edwards, CSP
John F. Edwards has over 25 years of international experience as a leader, speaker, coach, and consultant working with some of the largest companies in their respective fields. He is known as a remarkable problem-solver and he helps people and organizations to get rapid results. John has provided guidance or training to teams, leaders, and organizations seeking to achieve high impact goals while navigating economic and strategic challenges. He speaks to audiences from around the world on the principles necessary to motivate and facilitate long-term success. Most recently, he returning from the United Kingdom and Poland after being in-demand to do another European tour to train other trainers. His presentations include humor and are based on successful motivational and training techniques as well as research on human interaction, neuroscience, and social trends. John is the author of multiple books, and his articles are featured in various professional publications. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Speakers Association DC Chapter. He currently serves as CEO (Chief Excitement Officer) at The Edwards Group.
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