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Change Management Speaker Jeff Vankooten

Change Speaker Jeff VankootenJeff Vankooten is the author of “Bounce Back: How to Thrive in an Uncertain World” and a subject matter expert on resilience from Denver, Colorado. He keynotes and leads workshops for organizations around the country and is widely recognized as one of the best speakers on helping people cope with change, develop adaptive responses, and manage challenges with resourcefulness.

Change Speaker Nick Jacobs

Change Management Speaker Nick JacobsF. Nicholas “Nick” Jacobs, FACHE, is a recognized innovator and has delivered presentations all over the world for more than a decade. Material is based on his life experiences as a teacher, professional trumpet player and conductor, and the CEO of an Arts Organization, Convention Bureau, and for over 20 years, as a Hospital administrator and founder of a Research Institute. As the author of two books, he was the first hospital CEO to publish his own blog, and writes both serious work and humorous articles regularly for newspapers and professional publications.

Motivational Speaker Lee Ellis

Motivational Speaker Lee EllisLee Ellis shares gripping stories from his five and a half years as a Vietnam POW, inspiring groups from every field or background to overcome challenges. He tailors each presentation to fit the audience by selecting from the fourteen leadership principles shared in his latest book, Leading with Honor: Leadership Lessons from the Hanoi Hilton. Whether presenting a one-hour keynote or a half-day workshop, Lee draws from twenty years of research into human behavior and fifteen years as a leadership consultant and coach to insure that every participant is equipped and motivated to grow to a higher level of performance.

Motivational Speaker Cheewa James

Motivational Speaker Cheewa JamesCHEEWA JAMES, motivational keynote speaker and fast-paced trainer, is unique, full of humor, and distinctive in style, often pulling on her American Indian heritage to make a point—with the value and understanding of multi-culturalism and diversity very subtly coming across. The Sacramento speaker travels the United States and Canada with her unforgettable and mesmerizing messages on the power of role modeling and on the ability people have to change lives and work habits—creating balance, personal contentment, and greater workplace productivity. Her award winning books MODOC: The Tribe That Wouldn’t Die and Catch the Whisper of the Wind bring her master storytelling skills to life on the platform and fascinate people reading the books’ pages.