Leadership, Communications & Values Strategist; World-Class Speaker & Author
I am a solutions-focused Consultant, and Thought Leader with more than 20 years of success across the public speaking, military and corporate leadership, professional training, management consulting, and academic institutions. My broad areas of expertise include coaching, talent management, communications, and values strategies.
Values drive all we do - the relationships we build, the quality of our work, the leadership we display, even how and who we communicate with. In my talks and presentations, I teach, train, and grow the backbone of high values - service.
Price Range: $1000 and up
Gig Length: 30 - 120 minutes
Website: Visit website
What to Expect
With his extensive knowledge and experience, James works with teams and individuals, encouraging people to flourish in their personal and professional lives by practicing simple techniques and exercises. A world-class speaker, author, leadership, communication, and values strategist, James hopes to change the world one behavior at a time.
James Webb, CEO, and founder of James Webb International, LLC. started this company in 2004 after obtaining his Masters of Science in Workforce Education & Development as a Summa Cum Laude member from the Southern Illinois University. James built this foundation to INSPIRE. CHANGE.
With many years analyzing training and implementing talent solutions with such companies as AT&T, Boeing, Inc, and Wells Fargo, James specializes in leading departments with solid strategies that will last in the present and well into the future. He thoroughly analyzes company initiatives, culture, and employee behaviors and creates win-win situations for all parties involved. James’ unique talent is utilizing a combination of influencing and leading strategic projects to focus the company on improving your organizational effectiveness/ efficiencies with sound individual and team strategies. These programs are based around three types of strategies; Leadership, Communication, and Values.
Additional Booking Notes
1. ROOM SET-UP
Please do not place the projector screen directly behind the Speaker. It may be placed slightly to one side; if there are more than 100 attendees, the room is very wide, or a riser/stage is used, two screens are necessary - one placed on either side of the Speaker. Images must be projected onto both screens at the same time to enable all attendees to see them.
If there is a head table on the stage, please set it far enough back so the Speaker can present in front of the table. It is also a good idea to tell the people at the head table that the presentation will occur in front of them so they can move to a better seat in the audience at that time.
If the room is set up theater-style or classroom-style, a Chevron arrangement is best.
If classroom-style, pitchers of water and glasses must be placed on all attendee tables; if for a full-day seminar, pitchers must be refilled at the lunch break.
A skirted table is needed at the front of the room for the Speaker; it should also contain a pitcher of water and a glass.
A second skirted table is needed for a laptop and LCD or an overhead projector if an A/V presentation is to be made.
If permission has been granted to offer educational tools and books during or after the event, a third skirted table is needed at the front of the room, off to the side for this purpose.
During training seminars, a flip chart and colored markers are also required.
First choice: cordless lavaliere
Second choice: cordless hand-held
For training seminars, the room must be well-lit so attendees can take notes and the Speaker can be easily seen, except above the projector screen(s) (if applicable)
If an A/V presentation is required for this particular program, an LCD projector and screen(s) are needed.
Projector screen(s) should be as large as possible, placed on the front wall, but not directly behind the Speaker.
Please – no ad-libbing! A good introduction will engage the audience’s attention and prepare them for a great meeting. A bad introduction can ruin a good meeting. We will provide an advance copy of the introduction, as well as a second copy on the day of the meeting.
6. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT JAMES WEBB AT:
336-280-8259 (Local San Antonio)
E-mail address: email@example.com
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR ATTENTION TO THESE CRITICAL DETAILS
DESIGNED TO MAKE YOUR MEETING A COMPLETE SUCCESS!
Influences & Inspiration
David Brooks, Craig Valentine, and Michael Key are some of the past Champions of Public Speakers who inspired me.
Laptop and lavaliere mic