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KEYNOTE: Using a touch of magic, Tom Britton brings the theme of your conference to life in a meaningful, magical way. Hard-hitting information delivered in a fun, memorable way. (Always customized to speak to the heart of your group.)

Finding the Magic in CHANGE –  The Illusion, The Excitement & The Rewards. Your attendees will begin looking at CHANGE from a new point of view. Few things stand in the way of reaching goals more than the fear of CHANGE. Knowing when to CHANGE and when to cHANGe in there is a big key to success! They will learn, laugh, and have their spirits levitated!

Using a touch of magic Tom has been delighting audiences & making meeting planners heroes for 20 years. 

Breakout Session: Leading Through CHANGE: Leadership and Motivation

  • 3 types of motivation. Which works best?
  • Remembering your “crown.”
  • Dr. Levy’s amazing leadership secret.
  • Capturing the vision
  • Avoiding communication pitfalls

I Predict Your Next Meeting Will Be a HUGE Success!

Popular Keynote Speaker for over 20 Years

What Others Say About Keynote Speaker Tom Britton

MagicChangeV2Finding the Magic in CHANGE: The Illusion, The Excitement, The Reward

Tom’s most requested keynote presentation brings your conference to life in a meaningful, magical way. It reveals CHANGE for the illusion that it is and helps transform the fear of change into excitement that produces rewards.

Nothing decreases productivity or stands in the way of reaching goals more than the fear of CHANGE. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Change, like magic, is mostly an illusion. Knowing when to CHANGE and when to HANG in there can spell the difference between success and failure….in life and in business.                                                                                       *Available on AMAZON

Leading and Motivating Through CHANGE (Add this breakout.)

  • What employees really want from their jobs.
  • 3 types of motivation. Which works best?
  • Remembering your “crown.”
  • Dr. Levy’s amazing leadership secret.
  • Avoiding communication pitfalls.
  • Creative problem solving.