Organizations and people who achieve remarkable success do things differently to differentiate themselves, drive results and make a significant impact. Interestingly, their success leaves clues we can all learn from and apply in our work, personal lives and even relationships. In this special conference kick-off presentation, you will learn the fascinating stories, leadership secrets and strategies of breakthrough performance that will transform your thinking about personal motivation and achieving new levels of success like never before. Professional speaker and author, Dr. Kevin Snyder, will be sharing best practices and “outside the box” examples from his experience working with over 1,150 organizations in all 50 states and numerous countries. You’ll not only feel energized and excited about the conference, but you’ll be inspired to “think differently” and apply Kevin’s concepts to help envision new possibilities and manifest extraordinary performance.
Dr. Kevin Snyder is a motivational speaker and author with a PASSION for helping individuals empower themselves and others. Through his motivational speaking career, Kevin has presented over 1,150 keynotes and leadership seminars and has launched two speaking bureaus. Snyder held a career in university student affairs and most recently served as the Dean of Students for High Point University.
Snyder was honored by TEDx in 2013 to present, ‘The Ripple Effect,’ which was the largest TEDx event in the South. Kevin served as the curator for TEDxRaleigh in 2016 and continues to be a speaker coach for other TEDx organizations. Snyder’s book titles include Think Differently to Achieve Success!, Empower Your Employees, Ten Keys to Extraordinary Leadership and Leading the Way: Stories of Leadership and Inspiration.
Snyder’s Masters and Doctorate degrees were both earned in Educational Leadership from the University of South Carolina and the University of Central Florida, respectively. His undergraduate degree was earned in Marine Biology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.