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Jeanne Robertson reached her 6'2" stature at age thirteen. Perhaps it was an indication of a future speaking career that would soar to great heights.
Jeanne's presentations will be a breather in the day where people can laugh as they learn. She tells funny, original stories that do more than elicit laughter. It is laughter with a point, clean and respectful. As audiences are holding their sides and wiping tears from their faces, Jeanne is tying in her message with the theme of your meeting or the challenges your organization is facing. Jeanne asserts that a sense of humor can get your organization through the challenges.
Toastmasters International named Jeanne the recipient of its 1998 Golden Gavel Award, given annually to one individual for accomplishments in leadership and communications. She is the only female professional speaker who has received this honor. Other recipients include Lowell Thomas, Walter Cronkite, Earl Nightingale, Art Linkletter, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Tom Peters, Mark Russell, Ken Blanchard and Zig Ziglar.
In recognition of her professional expertise, experience, and competence, Jeanne was honored by the NCAA Southeastern Conference as Auburn University's Woman Entrepreneur of the Year 2000.
The North Carolina Press Association named Jeanne as its 2001 North Carolinian of the Year for "her popularity on the speaking circuit, her award-winning ways, and her representation of North Carolina." Past recipients include Elizabeth Dole, Rev. Billy Graham, and Dean Smith.
Jeanne doesn't have specific, canned speeches. She pulls from her huge bag of funny, original material to plan just the right speech for each occasion. She also like to create speech titles for different occasions, themes, meeting planners requests, etc. That said, here are a few titles that work well. It's just that there is no pat speech to go with each title.
Humor: More Than a Laughing Matter
In her positively hilarious style, 6' 2" Jeanne Robertson soars to new heights while discussing the differences between being funny and possessing a sense of humor, learning to laugh at yourself and accepting things that can't be changed. You will hold your sides and wipe tears of laughter from your eyes as Jeanne relates original stories based on her life experiences.
Humor: A Strategy for Success
In this step-by-step presentation, Jeanne helps audiences learn how to develop a sense of humor, which according to her is a choice in how you go about living. She explains the dynamics of humor, challenging audiences to laugh at themselves, look for the humor in everyday situations, create their own humor and influence others to do the same, relieve stress through humor and take humor breaks. As she relates her original, funny tales, Jeanne helps people develop a refreshing new approach to humor and the magic it works in our daily lives.
Here He Is...Mr. Meeting!
Pure fun with a little message! Jeanne reaches into her big bag of original material and pulls out just the right stories for each audience and situation. An old fashion "after-dinner talk" that can be used in a variety of meeting slots. Not comedy. Hilarious humor that illustrates a point.
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