AEI Speakers is proud to present a new concept with virtual speakers, we call it the virtual experience. It is an interactive event featuring a quality virtual keynote that has good production and is a value.
During our 60-minute program we gave away books to members in attendance.
In this first broadcast we showcased 3 top presenters and a world class emcee.
Scott Bloom hosted our event.
A professional emcee, comedic keynote and author, Scott has hosted hundreds of corporate events for Fortune 500 companies and has performed worldwide. With over two decades of television and corporate hosting experience, Scott has what it takes to invigorate audiences and keep them connected to the message.
The first speaker was be Gloria Ladson-Billings, Professor Emerita and former Kellner family Distinguished Professor in Urban Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madson, who will discuss:
Diversity as the Key to Innovation – Malcolm Forbes defined diversity as “the art of thinking independently, together.” Today our organizations, schools and institutions are required to innovate and change in order to maximize their productivity and engagement. By looking at some research-based propositions concerning diversity, organizational leaders and team members can understand why creating a diverse team creates success.
Our next speaker was Entrepreneur, CEO and Bestselling Author, Josh Linkner, who will speak on:
Big Little Breakthroughs – How small, everyday ideas drive gigantic results – Big Little Breakthroughs – small, creative acts that unlock massive rewards over time. By building a daily habit of creativity, leaders and organizations not only enjoy a high volume of small wins, but also the daily practice of micro-innovations — the fastest route to discover the massive breakthroughs we seek.
Closing out the program was spoken word poet Sekou Andrews who will be performing:
The Principles of Pre-Success – Learning how to fail precedes learning how to succeed. Sekou reminds us that within our mindset, our community, and how we train our resilience, lies our power to fail successfully in order to succeed perpetually.