- PR is Not a Bad Word
- Inspiration to get people to see new possibilities and feel motivated to act,
- Tons of Tips & Tunes for Thrivers
- Success is Liking What You Do
- People Don’t Leave Jobs – They Leave Bosses
- How to Thrive in a Radically Changing World
- The X and Y Factor: Bridging the Generation Gap in the Workplace
- Collaboration and Community Involvement Strategies for the 21st Century
- Bridging the Gender Gap – Issues in Communication
Kim Ratz Each program is a balance of:
Inspiration to get people to see new possibilities and feel motivated to act,
Improving skills through specific tips and techniques that help you learn new and better ways to make congruent choices –
Inducing some humor and fun through stories and song so that people chose to stay engaged and enjoy the time spent learning.
He presents inspirational keynotes to help you open a conference or event, using the “tonic” of his original music, plus stories and humor, to engage people’s attention and help them remember prime and central elements of his program.
Through his help participants apply his core message by improving their communication and relationships skills.
People really enjoy Kim’s upbeat message and style as they learn more about practical and proven ways to make better choices in the important things we do, especially in times of change and challenge.
He shares his expertise and leadership and he shares in some funny stories), and his sincere, down to earth style helps him connect his message with virtually everyone in the audience.
What a fun way to hear a valuable and useful message!
Thanks for bringing Kim’s message and style to your group!
More important, people report that when they return to their jobs:
They feel more important, energized, & hopeful again.
When they USE the techniques with “difficult people” and situtations –
they work – because people are making more congruent choices.
Even some of the cynics are trying harder.
Here’s the core message in Kim’s communication skills and such applications as: teamwork, customer service and leadership):
It’s about choices – what you do and how you do it – that largely determine if at the end of the day you feel content
(I feel good about today), or regret
(I wish I hadn’t said/done that, or – I wish I WOULD have said/done that) …
It’s about living congruently, by aligning your ATTITUDES (what you believe to be true, right and good) with your APTITUDES (skills you’re born with plus those acquired and strengthened throughout your life) and your ACTIONS (i.e., words and deeds).
Otherwise, you can have the best of attitudes and strongest of aptitudes, yet they won’t do you a bit of good if you don’t ACT accordingly.
You’ll likely also experience regret knowing you didn’t do what you thought was right, and/or you didn’t do your best.
This takes discipline to exercise congruence, especially in times of challenge, change, conflict and chaos.
Kim uses his experience as an educator to listen first, then design each program around your group’s needs, theme, timeframes and other important aspects so that the message is relevant, believable, and useful.