Kevin’s audiences are typically a cross section of licensed, credentialed professionals, management and executive leaders. He works largely in the finance and accounting industries as well as in healthcare, safety, legal, technology, telecom and real estate. Kevin’s programs qualify for Ethics Continuing Professional Education credits. If you are looking for a fresh, innovative program for your professional audience or workgroups, hire Kevin.
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“Kevin was our first keynote speaker kicking off our 2014 seminar and he did a great job! Everybody seemed compelled by his stories that he unfortunately has lived through. It will impact their lives in a positive way."
“I just had the chance to listen to Kevin speak and it was phenomenal! If you have a chance to invite him to one of your seminars, I highly recommend you do that. he will definitely educate you and his story is definitely worth listening to."
Kevin is animated and energetic. He tends to utilize the full stage but prefers to not walk in front of the screen. He does not use a lectern and requires a confidence monitor so he ensures the slides keep up with his conversation for the benefit of the audience. Kevin usually incorporates Powerpoint and occasional video segments into his presentations and runs them from his MacBook Pro. Please have the following available to set the stage for the best presentations.
- Projector and screen adequate for the size of the room and number of attendees.
- A small table or projector cart upon which to set his laptop in front or to the side of where he speaks.
- HDMI or VGA cable to connect the MacBook Pro with the projector (Kevin has his own Mac adapters).
- Kevin uses his own Sennheiser Wireless headset microphone to keep him hands-free. He will bring the XLR adaptor.
Kevin does not provide his Powerpoint slide deck in advance. He will provide a PDF audience handout which doubles as a prop used during his presentation to be printed and distributed before the session. He will also bring another prop with him to be distributed to everyone in the audience before the session.