February is when the annual TED Conference is held in Vancouver, Canada, where 1,500 people attend talks highlighting TED’s three tenants—Technology, Entertainment, and Design. This year’s conference features three APB speakers: Parag Khanna, Hugh Evans and Tim Urban, who are presenting their “ideas worth spreading,” which is the TED slogan.
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American Program Bureau is sharing Dr. Nick Morgan’s “The Twelve Rules of Good Public Speaking No One Tells You About” in this week’s featured blog post.
Audiences from across the country heard thought-provoking, heartfelt and fascinating speeches from APB speakers who are committed to carrying on the legacy of the great Civil Rights pioneer, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. From racial profiling and its impact to lessons from Little Rock to creating understanding through the principles of MLK and becoming a transformational leader, these topics and others were addressed by APB speakers who inspired and empowered during their MLK Day and Black History Month events.
American Program Bureau is sharing Dr. Nick Morgan’s “How To Create A Following For Your Speaking” in this week’s featured blog post.
Through stories of resilience and courage, bestselling author and APB speaker Casey Sherman weaves some of the most captivating real life experiences on page and screen today. Sherman’s masterful storytelling transformed his maritime masterpiece The Finest Hours — starring Chris Pine, Casey Affleck and Eric Bana — into a worldwide Disney blockbuster.
How will the 2016 elections utilize technology for their campaigns? Luckily, speaker Chris Hughes has given current candidates an edge due to his innovative use of social media in 2008.
American Program Bureau is sharing Dr. Nick Morgan’s “What’s Holding You Back?” in this week’s featured blog post.
American Program Bureau would like to recognize the speakers who tirelessly work towards creating a better world. December is Universal Human Rights Month, and the following speakers come from various walks of life to improve human conditions on a global scale.
December is AIDS Awareness Month, and American Program Bureau would like to recognize the following speakers for their continued advocacy in AIDS awareness. AIDS can affect anyone in a multitude of ways, and is a global pandemic. How can AIDS be addressed? Discussed? Cured? Here are some speakers who can help us get those answers.
As American Program Bureau rounds out its 50th anniversary, APB would like to give back one more time to the charities and organizations the company’s speakers work tirelessly for. Read through each one, and then cast your vote by leaving a comment about your charity of choice on this blog post, the APB social media post, or favoriting/retweeting the message regarding #APBgivesback from the speaker!