Keynote Speaking & Workshops
Every audience and event coordinator can count on a dynamic experience combining Dennis’ experiences as an international trainer, keynote speaker, and corporate coach. Dennis is committed to delivering specific, actionable ideas to impact today’s progressive leadership conferences, health care organizations, or sales meetings.
Need a speaker for your event?
I understand the challenge of finding just the right speaker for your event. In a prior role, I was responsible for scheduling speakers for hundreds of training events. I know the success of your event comes down to the quality of the speakers. If they do great, you look great. If they are mediocre, it makes your job harder. If you need a speaker who can energize your audience and teach them practical material that they can use right away, I believe I’m your guy. My goal? To be the easiest speaker you’ve ever worked with.
…If your audience of leaders need to produce results through people….
…If they spend time putting out fires caused by team drama…
…And they want practical tools to accomplishing more in less time…
…then I just might be the speaker you’re looking for.
The most effective leaders have the qualities of a great coach. Leaders who use coaching skills can improve morale, retain their key people and experience greater productivity. These skills-based trainings focus on integrating coaching to develop their employees and teams. These workshops are for leaders who want to use a coaching approach to help improve commitment and increase productivity.
From Drama Team to Dream Team
The Culture You Create, Determines The Results You Produce
In this keynote presentation, Dennis teaches leaders how to take their drama team to their dream team. You don’t have to tolerate the drama. You can lead a high-trust, high-performance team that produces results. And you can do it without putting in more hours, and without working harder. These are takeaway strategies that you can use immediately to improve performance and create growth.
• Develop The Drama-Free Communication Process for clarifying expectations.
• Learn how to move from adult to child interactions to adult to adult conversations so you accomplish more in less time.
• Understand the 2 components for every successful meeting.
If You Can See It, You Can Change It
3 Keys to Navigating Change
There are outstand opportunities for organizations to grow with their current teams yet many leaders still face hurdles. This keynote prepares leaders to thrive in today’s increasingly competitive environment. Because our workforce and customers are changing, the approach to effective leadership needs to evolve. Traditional carrot and stick type leadership no longer works. High-trust, high-performance environments demand a more collaborative approach to managing performance. As the author of several groundbreaking books on leadership, personal development, and success, Dennis offers a keynote on navigating workplace culture.
• Learn to master the art of effective feedback that eliminates the drama.
• Discover how to emotionally detach from issues to increase the speed of change.
• Explore how leaders can embrace and navigate change.
The Drama-Free Leader
You Teach What You Know, But Produce Who You Are
There are outstand opportunities for organizations to grow with their current teams yet many leaders still face hurdles. To create a drama-free team, you first must become a drama-free leader. Some leaders play the game, “Simon Says” in their organizations, but great leaders know the real game is “Follow The Leader”. This keynote explores tools on self-management because nothing makes a better impression on people than the ability to lead yourself. As the author of several groundbreaking books on leadership, personal development, and success, Dennis offers a keynote on navigating workplace culture.
• Learn the 3 skills for effective self-management.
• Explore how to increase the level of trust with your team.
• Discover how learning to manage your emotional state is the hidden secret to high-performance.
I have dozens of conversations every year with mostly very smart people who teach me extraordinary things. One of my favorites is Dennis McIntee, author of the book “The 8 Qualities of Drama Free Teams”. He has taught me more about leading teams and growing my business than just about anyone else I know.
I wanted to thank you for your help with our Spring Education Conference. The three education sessions you provided were uplifting, enlightening, and informative. You presented in a manner that was both humorous and entertaining, while still getting your message across to the entire audience. That’s a hard combination to achieve, but you did it very well.
The feedback from our audience was great! You would be a huge asset to any group who is looking for a funny, insightful, passionate speaker. Your ability to connect to a variety of personalities and ages is a true gift!
I appreciate all your help and I’m looking forward to working with you again someday,
The Coaching Toolkit
20 Questions to take the drama out of your team so you can accomplish.
Creating Drama Free Teams
The 8 Qualities Of Drama Free Teams will give you the tools you need to accomplish more in less time. This practical handbook shows you 8 different leadership strategies you can use today to see immediate changes in your organization.
Event Coordinator Promise
Every audience and event coordinator can count on a dynamic experience. Dennis is committed to delivering specific, actionable ideas to impact today’s progressive leadership conferences, health care organizations, or sales meetings.
From the Blog
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