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Touching lives in every area of our human awareness is what I love.

Robert’s speaking exudes his broad experience as researcher, consultant, writer, teacher, and CEO in dealing with the challenges of modern organizations and a decade of hands-on personal experience in the gritty world of inner-city homeless families. He captivates his audiences with his ability to tell stories, cite research, and give practical application that informs, entertains, inspires – and most importantly paints a new vision. One of Robert’s strengths is tying together and tailoring the broad message of our relational demise – across home, work, politics, and faith – to the interests and focus of specific audiences. He offers the following as keynote addresses, half-day retreats or full-day workshops:

His message, customized to different audiences, is thought-provoking and inspiring for:

  • For-profit and non-profit boards facing the Relational Risk of new stakeholder demands – generational change, decline of leadership trust, growing political uncertainty and rapid technological disruption. 

  • CEOs and C-suite Executive facing challenges of customer, employee and management engagement in the midst of immense shareholder pressure for short-term results.

  • Parents, grandparents, teachers, and counselors who want to better grasp the context, cause, cost, and cure for relational decline on children.

  • Foundations, non-profits, public service agencies, social service workers, case managers, and church groups who serve those trapped in a world of relational chaos.

  • Businesses challenged to deliver enhanced customer, employee, management, and shareholder relationships in a marketplace of distrust and relational erosion.

  • Citizens, political interest groups, and activists concerned about the partisan divide that has rendered our government impotent to address urgent economic, social, and cultural problems.

  • Church and secular groups caught in the midst of heated debate and vitriol that obstructs constructive disagreement, tolerance of differences, and espoused values for getting along.

  • Associations, learning or book clubs, and special interest groups focused on learning more about the single most important unreported strategic trend that crosses all of society.

University and study groups who want to discuss the most researched book available on the state of relationships.

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