Deep Impact | Singapore

Keynote

Find out how Kenneth Kwan can help make your next event a success!

About Kenneth

Kenneth Kwan is an Author, Global Virtual Leadership and Motivational Keynote Speaker, who has spoken to over tens of thousands of people from over 40 countries on developing a success-oriented mindset and what is required to lead sustainable change. He has helped Global Companies and Government Organisations to create proactive and high-performance cultures.

He has a unique ability in moving people from being problem-focused to solution-focused, create possibilities and fast action steps towards it. Clients who engage Kenneth love his fun, energy and thought-provoking ideas, whether in-person or virtual events.

He is also a published author and his book, “Small Steps To Big Changes“, is a result of more than a decade of work with clients. It is used in lectures and training programs around the region.

CLIENTS SERVED

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WHAT CLIENTS SAY

Baxter
Highly Energetic

"Your highly energetic virtual keynote delivery to over 244 people from our regional offices was engaging, interactive and inspirational! I had good feedback and would love to work with you again. ”

Jennifer Di, Director of Human Resources
NCSS
Touched hearts and minds of leaders

"Kenneth’s remarkable ability to deliver complex messages in a simple way, touched the hearts and minds of our leaders. ”

Fermin Diez, Deputy CEO and Group Director
Singapore National Council of Social Service
Orange
Results Generated

"I have heard significant feedback from my team on how they created forward momentum in their work. I like the results generated."

Haytham Sawalhy, Director

What do you want to achieve from a keynote?

Lead Change

Are you going to shape your future or react to it?

Lead Change

Are you going to shape your future or react to it?

- Intentionally design your future and don’t let circumstances dictate it.
- Understand how positive descriptions of the future leads to positive behaviours.
- Recognise that it all starts with you.

Drive Results

Results matter in any organization. It is not about goal setting but goal attainment.

Drive Results

Results matter in any organization. It is not about goal setting but goal attainment.

- Understanding your “why” before your “how”.
- How to create a rhythm of winning in life and at work.
- Recognise that winning is a great motivator.

Change Mindsets

Create enabling mindsets that unlocks possibilities because your success goes as far as it grows.

Change Mindsets

Create enabling mindsets that unlocks possibilities because your success goes as far as it grows.

- Understand why Big Hairy Audacious Goals may not always be useful for you.
- Avoid shortcuts and focus on sustainable wins.
- Small steps in the right direction leads to large change in life.

Popular Keynote Topics

Why do some people win more in life and overcome obstacles easily? This is because they consistently focus on operating from strengths and take small steps to win more in life. When you keep winning small, you are encouraged to take more steps forward. Winning itself is highly motivational and builds your self-belief over time.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • How to quickly move yourself (or others) away from problem thinking to solution thinking fast.
  • How to identify and amplify useful change.
  • What to do when situations are tough, and you feel there is no other way out?
  • Understand why big or stretch goals do not always work for you.
  • How to set yourself up for more success and create specific small steps forward.

What does research say about how optimism can increase your levels of success and resilience in your life? What if the key techniques of personal success are hand delivered to you right now? How would it change your life?

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Uncover secrets to overcoming tough obstacles in the midst of negativity.
  • Listen to ground-breaking research on how optimism can improve your life.
  • Learn how to move from problem focused to solution-focused view.
  • Learn what sets optimistic people to be more successful than the rest.
  • Learn three strategies you can apply to increase your optimism immediately.

During the pandemic, most businesses were hit. And whatever plans that have been made can just be changed in the following week.

In this season of rapid change, how should you increase the business agility of your team or your organisation? How do you move them from whining to winning quickly?

 

Key Takeaways

  • Listen to ideas to tackle business challenges and how to adapt to changes along the way.
  • How to create a safe environment for others to innovate and try out new ideas.
  • Learn how to increase the speed of implementation and move-to-market.
  • Business agility and linking it with performance.

Five Reasons To Hire Kenneth Kwan

1. High Energy

Kenneth delivers fun and high energy in all his speeches. He strongly believes in “edutainment”, where the audience is educated and entertained. He also employs different technologies to maximise audience involvement.

2. Proven track record

He has spoken to large conferences in regional and global events and is consistently well loved by his audience. He achieves a high repeat engagement with clients.

3. Great takeaways

Kenneth’s content has great takeaways that allow your audience to leave the room with a key message and a compelling call to action. He distils difficult topics and makes it easy for memory recall and personal application.

4. Expertise

Kenneth has spoken to corporate and government audiences from 40 countries in 6 continents. He is also a published author of the book “Small steps to big changes”, which is a result of a decade of work and business results.

5. Easy to work with

Kenneth is easy to work with. He knows what meeting planners want and works closely with them to achieve their objectives. He also works with them to promote the event and follows up with his audience.

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