From presenting the keynote address at Columbia University’s Career and Technical Education Conference to addressing the Harvard Alumni Conference, to speaking to Youth at Risk, Mike Rounds delivers more usable content per hour than just about any speaker you’ve ever heard.
His user friendly style, audience appropriate humor, and ability to explain complex subjects in an easy to understand manner to make Mike Rounds the perfect choice for both staff and student programs.
With over 25 years of practical experience in the topics he addresses, Mike Rounds speaks with the wisdom that comes from experience and transmits that wisdom to his audiences.
Mike Rounds holds the Golden Microphone Award for speaking excellence presented by the National Speakers Association Los Angeles Chapter.
Mike Rounds recently spoke at the Toastmasters International Convention in Phoenix, Arizona and is privileged to have them currently feature two of his resources (Professional Speaking for the Clueless, and Self-Publishing for the Clueless) in their member international product catalogue.
Mike Rounds actively lives his topics. He’s a published author with over 75 books, videos, audio products, tips booklets, e-books, and CD ROM’s.
Mike Rounds‘ career includes the United States Marine Corps, program manager for a major Aerospace company, Director of Engineering for a Fortune 500 company, and Vice-President of one of the world’s largest toy manufacturers.
Mike Rounds‘ articles appear on a regular basis in Meetings West magazine, Museum Stores Association magazine, Insurance Meetings Management magazine, and Corporate and Incentive Travel magazine.
Mike Rounds is an Associate Professor for the University of California, and a Past President of the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the National Speakers Association, and former lead trainer for CarreerTrack Seminars International.
A graduate engineer and former director of a Fortune 500 company, Mike Rounds currently delivers over 150 platform presentations each year to thousands of enthusiastic participants.