Speaker Intro

David Mann has presented and facilitated learning seminars at Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations nationwide. He has a specialized focus on persuasive presentation for lawyers, and he is on the faculty of Loyola School of Law and the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. A professional theater artist for over two decades, David has performed or directed for the Guthrie Theater, The Children’s Theatre Company, and Great River Shakespeare Festival. He has written and performed five critically acclaimed one-man shows, and he is a recipient of a Bush Artist Fellowship for Storytelling.

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Short Descriptions of Keynotes


This keynote shows teams how to motivate each other with a creative approach to developing team strength. With humor and practical techniques, David motivates leaders, managers and staff to see hidden growth possibilities while maintaining a clear, positive vision of success.


In this energetic keynote David shows how storytelling and delivery can secure buy-in from clients and peers. The right words delivered the right way at the right time can close a sale, retain an employee, or engage a prospective client. With humor and insight, David provides a practical keynote that is rich with immediately applicable skills.


This keynote inspires audiences to say yes to change and to use their imaginations to see past obstacles. David motivates leaders and managers to see limitations as possibilities and to inspire those they lead to embrace change. Through humor, and practical examples, he illustrates the three strengths of thriving leaders: Adaptation, Imagination, and Communication.

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