The one constant in life is change, and the life of an actor is no exception. In this change management training session, Jack analyzes the evolution of great actors and makes relevant, real-world business analogies that will help advance your organization. Your team will:
"All the world's a stage," and this session proves that point. Taking a cue from his acting days, Jack uses the tricks of improv to improve co-worker camaraderie. This session is sure to bring laughter and fun, but more importantly, it will develop positive communication to help enhance your organizational culture. Your group will:
Jack's unorthodox leadership presentation is arguably the most entertaining in his lineup. By using storytelling instead of a list of empty leadership quotes, you will learn the qualities that separate the leaders in Hollywood from the also-ran actors. At the end of the session:
Every successful actor knows what he/she is and builds a marketing strategy around that brand. Jack takes you through his humorous and humbling journey discovering he wasn't the next George Clooney and shows your group how to discover your niche and brand it. At the end of this session:
There are often hundreds of submissions for a single acting role in Hollywood, and this makes Jack a self-proclaimed expert when it comes to failure. In this session, he comically reminisces about his professional flops and encourages audiences to embrace smart failures that can lead to major successes. After this session:
Jack is hesitant to call himself a motivational speaker as it evokes visions of comedy legend Chris Farley "living in a van down by the river." How many times have you seen a motivational speaker and the impact of the message was lost in 24 hours? Instead of giving your audience a few feel-good moments, Jack demonstrates how you can sustain your own inspiration for the long haul in any walk of life. During this session, Jack will highlight:
Every movie star has an intangible quality that you can't quite put your finger on; or can you? In this session, Jack breaks down what makes certain actors superstars and shares how you can go from a bit player to a superstar in your organization. During the hour, Jack will explain:
Jack's message was perfect!
Each year we have new staff and volunteers that must be able to engage audiences with their presentation skills and Jack delivers exactly what we need to get them there!
Professional communicators are a dime a dozen; Jack Stahlmann is a rare egg worth well more than the other dozen. He's got the intangible "it" factor.
Excellent! Jack is wonderful--in my opinion the best speaker we've ever had.