Molly Fletcher | Speaker | Leadership Expert

Molly Fletcher - Speaker - Business Expert - http://www.kmprod.com/speakers/speaker-molly-fletcherMOLLY FLETCHER
Speaker & Former Sports Agent
“The 4 Types of People You Need in Your Life”


MOLLY FLETCHER helps inspire and equip game changers to dream, live and grow fearlessly. A keynote speaker and author, Molly draws on her decades of experiences working with elite athletes and coaches as a sports agent, and applies them to the business world. Here, Molly talks about “The 4 Types of People You Need In Your Life”

Leading can be lonely, which is why it’s critical to surround yourself with people who make you better every day. No matter what your goals and aspirations, these four types of people will help you grow and get there.

1. The Motivator: The motivator is someone who inspires you. When adversity hits, this person will often help you get back on track. Sometimes it’s his/her words that charge you; other times it’s his/her actions. The motivator understands what drives you and they know how to tap into that energy. My motivator is my Dad who never let a tough childhood be an excuse and has always put his family first. He has always motivated me by the way he behaves—his actions. Growing up with all brothers, my dad treated me just like them. He isn’t a rule follower—in a good way—which probably has a lot to do with the career I chose. My dad plays a perfect game of tug and war between support and driving me, which is why he’s my motivator.

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Dr. Janet Lapp | Change Management & Leadership Speaker

Speaker, Dr. Janet LappDR. JANET LAPP
ChangeFit™: Five ways to more Flexibility and Better Ideas

Dr. Janet Lapp delivers a powerful message: change is not a force to be feared but an opportunity to be seized. With humour and finesse, she confronts her audiences with the truth of what they need to do–and how they need to think–to move into the future with success and optimism. Her energy-charged, exhilarating programs provide usable ideas people can put to use right away. Below, Janet Lapp writes about change pioneer-ship:

It struck me while listening to programs from the Industry Strategy Meeting 2016 (Tianjin, China) that disruptions in the future of work will demand not change leadership but change ‘pioneer-ship.’ Rather than change to lead, there is change to invent.

So I wondered what simple consistent actions could help us gear up to be ‘Change Pioneers?’ Here are five quick-start jolts to thinking status-quo that are easy to schedule. As stand-alones, they don’t seem so impressive. Try even one or two of them for even a week or two and I bet you’ll be surprised at the new ideas that pop up.

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Ryan Walter | Leadership & Peak Performance Speaker

booking ryan walter speaking scheduleRYAN WALTER
Leadership & Peak Performance Expert

MIND SHIFT – Distracted by the Past

An inspirational and content-rich Keynote Speaker, Ryan Walter draws directly from his Stanley Cup winning 15 seasons as an NHL player, subsequent broadcasting career, diverse business accomplishments, and NHL coaching experience to share the success strategies that must be applied in order for great performance to be achieved. With an emphasis on performance, leadership, team synergy and personal empowerment, Ryan charts a winning course for high performance, leadership and team achievement.

Hockey season is just around the corner, so let’s talk football!

The Seattle Seahawks and Pete Carroll certainly caught my attention over the past few seasons for their play on the field, but recently I have also been impressed by their attention to detail off the field. Let’s go back a few seasons… to a 2013 ESPN article* in which head coach Pete Carroll ssaid,

“I wanted to find out if we went to the NFL and really took care of guys, really cared about each and every individual, what would happen?”

The article continued, “The big idea is that happy players make for better players. Everyone in the facility, from coaches and players to personal assistants and valets, is expected to follow Carroll’s mantras regarding positivity of thought, words and actions. ” ‘Do your job better than it has ever been done before,’ he tells them. Yelling and swearing are frowned upon, and every media interview with a player or coach ends with a thank-you to the reporter.”

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