As 2016 continues, let our agents at the American Program Bureau help you find the perfect speaker for your upcoming event for National Recovery, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse awareness month. In addition to the last six speakers we featured on our blog, here are six more.
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Preparing for National Recovery, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Month in September? Let Our Speakers Help Say What’s on Your Mind
While it feels that 2016 has only just started, it’s time to start looking forward to the rest of the year. For example, have you thought about the next big event or conference in your industry? Thankfully, American Program Bureau already has. Today we’re sharing six of our reputable speakers who engage audiences with discussions on recovery, mental health, and substance abuse—perfect for October, National Mental Health Awareness Month.
APB speaker Kevin Powell recently announced his new blog series with Utne Reader to address race, gender, politics, and pop culture in America in Utne Reader’s new cover story, “Will Racism Ever End, Will I Ever Stop Being a Nigger?”
American Program Bureau is sharing Dr. Nick Morgan’s “The Three Mega-Trends Affecting Public Speakers Today” in this week’s featured blog post.
APB speaker John Brandt recently weighed in on thought leadership in a post on LinkedIn. Brandt states that most thought leadership seems to be crafted not to engage and not to offend, but is instead “just another checked box on the annual marketing plan.” So how can a speaker take their keynote from dull to engaging?
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.
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.