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Jim Tamm and Ron Luyet have been frequent speakers regarding Radical Collaboration concepts for audiences from 30 to 3,000. They have been regular presenters to organizations such as the NASA Management Education Program, the Owens Corning Leadership Program, and the Esalen Institute.
As a professional member of the National Speakers Association, Jim is a frequent keynote speaker regarding collaborative skills. He has presented to conferences such as the Mexican National Businesswomen's Conference, the China Ministry of Information Industry Conference, the National School Boards Association, the National Conference of State Legislatures, the National Foundation for Women Legislators, the American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administrators, the International Society for Performance Improvement, the American Society of Training and Development, and the Society for Human Resource Management. A sample of his presentation titles are:
Ron is a master facilitator who has been conducting seminars and making presentations around the world for more than 25 years. Ron's presentations focus on the personal side of business and organizational life. Known for his quick wit and playful nature, Ron has a unique ability to present serious content in an engaging and humorous way. His focus is always on showing individuals how they can cultivate the skills and attitudes to make their life more meaningful and fulfilling, both at work and at home. Ron has presented to large and small groups of diverse people in a wide range of settings. He is equally comfortable delivering programs to Seagram's executives or to the linemen at Idaho Power or to individuals at The Omega Institute or Esalen who are seeking personal growth and depth in their lives. Ron's clients have included NASA, Boeing, Fort James Paper Company, the U.S. Army, Chubb PLC, Chubb Insurance, Lend Lease, Owens Corning and Eli Lilly. Ron is also the co-author of Where Freedom Begins: The Process of Personal Change, a book exploring the effects of childhood on adult behavior and self-esteem. A sample of available presentations include: