Tim D. Keck

Tim D. Keck

Go BulletProof

Your people will be inspired to perform better, be better, work better together.

Retired SWAT Commander, Best-Selling Author "Nothing but Net", Business Consultant and International Speaker - Improv Comedian ...

Compelling stories, timeless wisdom, lots of laughs!

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Fayetteville, AR

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Tim D. Keck
Tim Keck - Motivational Speaker

Go BulletProof

Your people will be inspired to perform better, be better, work better together.

Retired SWAT Commander, Best-Selling Author "Nothing but Net", Business Consultant and International Speaker - Improv Comedian ...

Compelling stories, timeless wisdom, lots of laughs!

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Fayetteville, AR

Tim D. Keck - Motivational Speaker

Tim D. Keck

Go BulletProof

Your people will be inspired to perform better, be better, work better together.

Retired SWAT Commander, Best-Selling Author "Nothing but Net", Business Consultant and International Speaker - Improv Comedian ...

Compelling stories, timeless wisdom, lots of laughs!

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from: Fayetteville, AR

For more information about booking Tim D. Keck,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/TimKeck/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

How to Love a Hard Job
Five steps to thriving in a tough occupation.

Everyone who works in a high-stress job will benefit from these 5 simple steps that make handling demanding people and difficult situations a breeze. "One of my call center employees just had a guy commit suicide while she was on the phone with him. Can you help?" That was the phone call I received from a client several months ago. Times were tough and getting tougher. Morale was low and getting lower. And then this! While we later learned he only simulated the suicide - the damage was done. Drawing on all my experience in law enforcement working with E 9-1-1 dispatch centers, police officers and SWAT teams and combining it with my skills as an executive coach, then flavoring it with a healthy dose of humor, I cooked up "How to Love a Hard Job." The result was 4 simple steps that each employee must take to make the job survivable, plus one more that makes it "thrivable!" And people LOVED it: "Overall, I could have heard the gentleman speak all night. His material and his charisma was awesome. I appreciate the information and I definitely have learned a lot." - Maggen W., Bank Call Center employee. Give your people the gift of loving their hard job!