Greg Bennick KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Greg Bennick

Greg Bennick is an American professional speaker, humanitarian activist, and award-winning producer and writer. He has appeared at thousands of events since 1984 as a keynote speaker and entertainer. He speaks on themes related to communication, connection, and managing the unexpected/change to organizations worldwide. His artistic work focuses on projects which explore the depth and range of the human experience, including Flight from Death, a seven-time Best Documentary award-winning film narrated by Gabriel Byrne which uncovers anxiety about mortality as a possible root cause of many of our violent and aggressive behaviors

Greg has spoken to and performed for various groups at conferences, seminars, and universities in over a dozen countries on four continents as a keynote entertainer. He focuses on two main topics: finding new perspectives on change, and also on serving others with the idea of people over profits and how that relates to being present for customers, leadership, and teamwork. He was recognized with an award for being "Best Presenter" in a marketplace for the most effective presentation out of 25 other competitors at a national conference before 3000 people.

As a motivational keynote speaker, Greg does more than just make people laugh: he empowers and inspires. Greg speaks from experience. He has been called upon to be a guest speaker before an enormous range of clients from all walks of life, including TEDxPugetSound (an idea conference devoted to sharing innovation), Fortune 500 companies, major universities, and public audiences worldwide.

Greg creates a visual display of words and action every time he takes the stage. It's the synthesis of ideas and action that makes him unique. His approach to audiences and clients is unique and visionary. He connects with individuals with sincerity, focus, and a sense of humor. Its a great combination.

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