Hire John to Speak

Hire John to Speak

Speaking & Presenting

Is your group, organization or professional association looking to offer members an engaging session packed with timely content, robust resources and practical techniques? John can add value as a presenter at your next event. He won't stand behind a podium or read PowerPoint slides to the audience. The audience can expect a flowing, action-oriented experience to prompt inquiry, challenge status quo, enlighten, and empower!

John's speaking fees are negotiable, based upon the size and status of the organization, travel involved and level of preparation required. John has presented to audiences at community, professional association, organizational training, university, conference and non-profit settings. John is a member of the Speaker's Bureau for the National Career Development Association, the leading professional association representing the areas of career development and career services.

Presentation Titles Include:

  • Career Evolution - a Strengths Based Approach to the Future of Work
  • Positive Psychology Based Career Consulting
  • Inspiring Present & Future Generations - Advocacy & Meaning Making in Career Development
  • Coaching Interventions for a More Mindful Career
  • Career Judo – The Martial Art for the Mindful Career
  • Positive Change Starts with You: Infusing Research Based Positive Psychology Interventions into your Life and Work
  • Become a Positive Psychology Ambassador
  • Career Branding and Personal Marketing: Strategies to Claim and Promote Your Professional Identity
  • Synergy: The Powerful, Positive Fusion of Career Counseling and Coaching
  • Presentations on additional topics can be crafted by request

Examples of John's recent speaking events:

January 26, 2019: John and colleague Marshall Tucker led the presentation, Positive Psychology Based Career Consulting, for the cohort of career consultants at the 2019 American Chemical Society Leadership Institute in Atlanta, GA

October 27, 2018: John led the training session, Infusing Positive Psychology into Career Coaching and Beyond at the fall residency for graduate students in the Master of Science in Positive Psychology program at Life University; Atlanta, GA.

June 20 & 21, 2018John and fellow coach Marshall Tucker attended the National Career Development Association (NCDA) Global Conference in Phoenix, AZ. They led the 4 hour training (PDI #2) on Becoming a Positive Psychology Ambassador

April 13, 2018: John served as the Keynote Speaker at the 2018 Florida Career Development Association Mini-Conference: Inspiring Present & Future Generations - Advocacy & Meaning Making in Career Development. Hosted by UCF Career Services.

March 16, 2018: Co-Presenter with my colleague Marshall Tucker for session #2: Coaching Interventions for a More Mindful Career at the Georgia Career Development Association's mini-conference (Reimagining Career Development: New Trends and Best Practices) on at Emory University.

February 9, 2018: John served as Presenter at the Regional Career Practitioner Institute of the National Career Development Association. (Charleston, SC); #5 Positive Change Starts With You – Infusing Research Based Positive Psychology Interventions into your Life and Work.

August 20, 2016: John served as a panelist at the C-Factor: Coles College Connection. This professional development symposium was sponsored by Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University. This was an excellent opportunity for MBA and Executive MBA students and alumni to connect with each other and engage in conversations about leadership, the path to promotion and how to effectively making a career transition.

July 2016: The Atlanta Business Chronicle included John's comments in the article Returning to Work: Communication key for employees and employers Atl Business Chronicle 07.15.16.pdf

May 16, 2016: John was pleased to be invited to present a LUNCH-N-LEARN discussion for the Marketing and Insurance Claims Association (www.MICA.org). The focus of the presentation was creating and leveraging your Linkedin profile.