Keynote Speaker Details Released!
Monday, December 2
Stainton is a multiple Emmy Award winning TV producer, writer, and performer; an author; a business humorist; and an internationally-recognized Beatles expert. He blends the business smarts he learned from 20 years in corporate management with the show business sparks he garnered from working with people like Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres, and Bill Nye the Science Guy to create entertaining and enlightening presentations enjoyed by audiences around the world!
As the executive producer of Seattle’s legendary comedy TV show “Almost Live!”, Stainton led a talented and highly creative team to unparalleled success: a #1 rating for 10 straight years, and more than 100 Emmy Awards (29 of which went to Stainton himself). At the same time, he also owned his own corporate training company, authoring nine training programs in subjects ranging from office politics to customer service to team motivation. He’s been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and Forbes and is a regular columnist for Seattle Business magazine.
From Maine to Malaysia, Bill is committed to helping his audiences achieve their highest potential -- while maintaining a sense of fun along the way!
An Invitation from Bill Stainton, 2019 Keynote Speaker:
Tim McIntyre - Domino's Pizza
Tuesday, December 3
Tim McIntyre, executive vice president of communication of investor relations and legislative affairs with Domino’s Pizza, will deliver Tuesday's keynote address. He is responsible for Domino’s internal communication, public and media relations, event management, crisis communication, philanthropy, investor, and government relations functions. Prior to the appointment, he had served as vice president of communication since January 1997. He joined Domino’s in 1985.
McIntyre is Domino’s chief spokesperson and has represented the company in major national and international media. He led media relations during the elimination of Domino’s famous 30-minute guarantee in 1993, conducting more than 300 interviews with media worldwide during a three-day span.
In 2009, McIntyre was named “Crisis Manager of the Year” by PR News for his handling of an unauthorized employee video posted on YouTube, which garnered worldwide attention and became a case study in social media crisis management. In June 2010, he was named “Communicator of the Year” by the Detroit chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.
He is also coauthor of the book titled Hire the American Dream: How to Build Your Minimum-Wage Workforce into a High-Performance, Customer-Focused Team, published in 2009 by Wiley & Sons.
McIntyre is on the Board of Directors of Food Gatherers, a food rescue organization dedicated to eliminating hunger and its causes in the Washtenaw County area. He also serves on Eastern Michigan University’s College of Business Marketing Advisory Board and is previous chair of the Public Relations Advisory Board at EMU.
Wednesday, December 4
Professional Speaker Dave Davlin will present his keynote address, “The Game-Winning 3,” at the Wednesday General Session on Dec. 4 at the IAFE Convention.
Over 25 years ago, Davlin began bringing smiles to faces with a form of entertainment he developed as a young boy. From NBA and major college arenas across America to the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, “Travelin’” Davlin has entertained people of every age and background. His amazing ability with basketballs even landed his name and picture in the 1990 Guinness Book of World Records.
Davlin began to hone his speaking skills in the early 90s as a national speaker in the public schools across America. Combining his entertainment ability with a powerful message, he was instrumental in the fight for education and against drugs. At the advice of friends working in corporate America, he began to develop presentations for the corporate and association market and the rest is history. He now speaks at numerous corporate and association conferences each year. From public school students to CEOs, Davlin’s message has made a difference in the lives of thousands, and his impact continues to grow each year as he shares his philosophy and wisdom through speaking and writing.
In “The Game-Winning 3,” Davlin explains that success can be defined in its simplest form as making life better for someone else. Whether it comes in creating a better product, helping to relieve someone’s stress or pain, bringing someone laughter or joy or helping someone get more out of their life, success is always about serving.
In his presentation, Davlin will share three essential ingredients for developing a purpose-driven mentality to achieve a fulfilling career and balanced life. Look for interaction, humor, and audience participation mixed with a powerful message.
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