Motivational Speakers are those that motivate an individual or a group into self-realization. They are hired by corporate companies, school alumni, organizations, law firms, and business seminars to help motivate the audience or the listeners into realizing their potentials. Here are the different types of motivational speakers that you hire for different types of events.
1) Youth Inspiring Speakers– These speakers are hired for events such as youth camps, youth leadership seminars, school graduations and sports events. They are to inspire the youth into reaching for their dreams and goals. To always push forward and never give up on life. Helping them coupe to life’s daily struggles. guiding them on how to avoid drugs, street gangs, and causing physical harm to others. They address the issues that young people today are facing, teaching them how to avoid making bad decisions. They show slides and tell inspirational stories of misguided, handicapped, and rehabilitated youths that have conquered the odds and became a functional member of the community.
2) Personal Advancement Speakers– These are the type of speakers who encourage their listeners/audience into improving their focus and inspiration more to function effectively. Improving attitude towards life, work, and beating all odds. They come highly recommended for events such as personal fulfillment, leadership seminars, and business seminars.
3) Corporate Speakers– Speakers who are more to tuning up an employee or a major companies performance. Encouraging them for the betterment of their professions or trade so they can function effectively. Companies hire them to awaken teams and employees performing poorly at the company. Teaching and inspiring them to new methods of negotiating, self motivating, ideas and techniques. Improving their communication skills and letting them engage in more team building practices/exercises. The speaker may be an entrepreneur, author of a bestselling business book or a former CEO of a successful company. They possess the knowledge and experience that they can teach, pass on or inspire their listeners/audience.
Other than that, motivational speakers can be summed up into two basic types. One is the self motivator, speakers who have experienced a lot or overcame a life changing obstacle. These self motivators know what and how to motivate themselves but sadly will not know how to particularly motivate others. They focus more on telling their life stories and achievements in a rather simple way so people can relate to it and identify what they are lacking in their own lives. Narrating their story to inspire and provoke thought among the crowd where the audience/listeners acquire ideas and techniques they can apply to their own lives. They are also affective motivational speakers to those persons/employees who do not operate as part of a team. As such, focusing more and centering their presentations to an individuals’ purpose and achievements where employees and co-workers produce quality results from their work.
Then there’s the leadership motivator, Speakers who have a background in business, maybe the military, a sports coach, or a president of an organization. They are responsible for handling huge companies and teams who have trouble getting back on track. These speakers have a huge understanding about others needs and how to appeal to those needs, focusing more on drawing a picture of a scenario that affects a company or a business team as well as business entrepreneurs. These motivational speakers are all about inspiring you to become am effective member of a team or how to become a great leader for your team.