Clients – Sample List

Since 1976 I have given over 3600 presenetations to groups ranging from only 1 to over 750 people around 40 US states of the 49 I have visited and to over 40 countries of the 77 I have visited, traveled in, lived in in the past 34 years.

The clients I worked with have varied from businesses (small, medium to large corporations), professional associations/soceities, credit unions, banks, universities, colleges, high schools, elementary schools, Chamber of Commerce sponsored Community Leadership Development Groups, military bases, manufacturing plants, textile, cut-n-sew, assembly, poultry processing plants, governments (town, city, county, state, federal), government agencies, police, fire departments.

In addition I have spoken at over 130 creativity conferences beginning in 1978 around the world.

The following list represents a cross-sampling of the various clients I have done keynote addresses for at annual meeting, conference, institutes to breakout or concurrent sessions to 1/2 to 3 day long workshops to multiple day training programs focused on the skills of:

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Sample List of Clients 1980 to Present

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General Motors

Kimberly-Clark

Gillette Stationery Div

Johnson & Johnson

CertainTeed

Gulfstream Aerospace

duPont

Kroger

Nestle

Duck Head Apparel

Bibb Manufacturing

Georgia-Pacific

Wrigley Gum

Bobb’s Candies

NutTree Plantation

Ringier America Printing

Ga Chiefs Assn Command College – 43 week-long programs since 1995

Georgia Public Safety Training Center – Executive Development Program-week- long program each year for 17 years

Leadership Development for Police Departments throughout Georgia: Athens, Gwinnett, Forest Park, Albany, Macon, LaGrange, Warner-Robins, Riverdale, Decatur, LaGrange,etc.

Leadership Development Programs for city, county and state governments and agencies throughout Georgia

Leadership Programs for Chambers of Commerce throughout Georgia (300+ over 20 years)

Novo Nordisk

Danesco

Coloplast

Ferrosan

Robins Air Force Base

Fort Benning

Fort Stewart

 

Southeastern Regional Credit Union School 1980 to present annually

Parks & Recreation Executive Development Program – annually for 25 years

Univ. of Georgia…

Art Dept, School of Environmental Design, Social Work Dept., College of Education, Philosophy, Anthropology, Business School

Georgia Insti of Tech.

Georgia State Univ

Emory University

Kennesaw Univ.

Ringling School of Art

Eastern Oklahoma State

Univ of Oklahoma

Northwood University – Alden B. Dow Creativity Conference 98, 99, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 07

CPSI 1978 to 2008

ACA – American Creativity Association 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 06, 07, 2008 (Singapore)

CREA – Creativity Europe Assn – Italy 2003, 04, 05

DIKI – Danish Initiative for Kreativity & Innovation 2001, 2003, 2005

Taiwan Creativity Assn

ACRE – African Creativity Conference 1998 to present annually

Creativity in the Classroom – South Africa 2004 & 2006, 2007, 2008

2 Japanese Creativity Organizations 2003

Korean Creativity – Daegu

Seoul Management University

World Knowledge Forum 2003 – Seoul, Korea

Austrian Creativity Assn 2003

Mind Camp 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

Innovation Convergence 1997

New Zealand Professional Speakers Assn – Christchurch

Australian National Speakers Asson – Brisbane

Professional Speakers Assn in Paris 2001

National Speakers Assn – several conferences & workshops

NSA Chapter meetings: Georgia, Alabama, New Orleans


Primary Topics

1. Creative Thinking & Problem Solving: from ideas to plans to solutions

2. Productive Leading: supervisor to manager to CEO

3. Effective Communicating: Verbal, Visual, Written (one on one to large groups of people)

4. Successful Teaming: members and leaders