You're not looking for a speaker. You're looking for a message.
That's why I consider myself to be more of a messenger than a speaker. When I'm in front of a group of people, I deliver messages of hope to move forward, inspiration to dream and challenge to change.
It would be an honor to share my message with you.
"Tim Milburn provides a presentation where you feel like you have grown as a manager/person from being a part of it. I would like to see more presentations like Tim's in the future."
Tom, Conference Attendee
"Tim is such an enthusiastic speaker! He does a great job keeping the session engaging. The information is really helpful on a day-to-day basis in developing my management style/skills."
Linda, District Manager
"I loved Tim's presentation on delegation and follow up. Tim always has so much passion and enthusiasm when he is giving presentations. It inspires us to be better leaders."
John, Operations Manager
When you contact me for your event, I will make the following promises:
You’ll talk to me directly. I don’t work through a speaker’s agency.
I will work with you and your budget to help you create a memorable event.
I will help market your event, if desired, through social media and my website.
I will adapt my presentation to your audience to meet your needs.
I will followup with you to make sure we accomplished your goals.
These can be delivered as in-house workshops or online webinars
Your team needs a coach, not a commander
Learn the three tools all coaches have at their disposal. Discover how your team learns and grows and when to apply each tool at the right time. Develop a leadership approach that will grow your influence with those around you.
Leadership Starts With You
Every single person is a leader of at least one person – themselves. It is crucial that you learn to lead yourself well, especially if you find yourself in a position of leading others. This workshop is for everyone, even if they wouldn't call themselves "a leader."
how to become less necessary but more essential
Learn how to make the shift from individual contributor to manager. Create a system for delegating effectively. Know how to better manage your time and resources.
These are specifically tailored for high school & college students:
the six seasons of the student leader year
Every student leader year has six seasons. Learn to identify the different seasons. Develop a gameplan to lead well (both yourself and others) through each of them.
Moving From Student Worker To Student Leader
Most student leadership programs depend on student workers. Learn how to change your mindset from worker to leader. Take your leadership skills to the next level.