“Doug Keeley is the best business storyteller in the world”
If you have one of these issues, you need Doug:
– You’re undergoing massive change and need to align your people. – Your sales force needs a little help and inspiration.
– You need your people to step up as leaders.
– You want a conference that is built on stories, not just information. – You want to give your audience new knowledge and skills.
Doug has been helping Fortune 500 clients, government organizations, and startups put the power of stories to work for over 30 years. His clients include global brands like Accenture, Bayer, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Pepsi, Starbucks and TD Bank, as well as many smaller organizations.
His unique presentation format uses live music, a library of almost 100 video stories which he narrates live, and many audience interactivities. He creates an amazing experience that is customized for every client.
As Host, Keynote, or Workshop leader, Doug will Challenge and Inspire your audience and Equip them with powerful storytelling tools.
Doug is the author of the bestselling book The Mark of a Leader, appears regularly in media as an expert on Storytelling and Corporate Culture, and is an inductee in the Meetings & Incentives Hall of Fame.
We are in an era of unprecedented noise. Attention is the new currency and it is getting more and more difficult to get and keep people’s attention. Stories are the one proven way to connect and have your message stick. We show how to use stories to get and keep people’s attention, make connections, and build relationships.
Great stories touch us on all five of our levels: Spirit, Imagination, Intellect, Heart and Hands. That is why they move us and why we remember them. We show leaders how to work and engage others fully to create stronger cultures and deliver better performance.
Nothing great was ever done alone. In this presentation we show the power of WE vs ME in action, highlighting incredible teams who have changed the world and giving insights into how to communicate and cooperate so everyone wins.
Change may be the only constant in business today, and yet most people fear change and most leaders are not great at communicating change. We show that change is a choice, and that resistance usually carries a high price. We then show inspiring examples of teams that have taken the leap and won.
Many organizations get stuck in the idea that innovation is about big, game – changing ideas. The truth is that most innovation is incremental, the result of many small ideas and changes. Here we inspire and challenge our audience to change their lens, and give them practical ideas on how to do just that.