For over eight years, my work has involved standing on stages, in conference rooms or through virtual meetings to offer solutions that create change. And I’ve loved it. Throughout my speaking career, I delivered over 450 programs to close to 150,000 audience members in 48 states and 7 countries. Clients have included everyone from Fortune 500 companies to world-renowned music conservatories to members of the Air Force Technical Applications Command.
From keynotes to guest lectures to full-day workshops, it has been an honor to talk on the topics of emotional safety, sexual violence prevention, and sexual harassment. Weaving stories with a lot of research and a bit of dry humor, I pride myself on providing programs that are well-researched but provide an emotional reason to create change.
As a result of my programs, audience members understand the root causes of the issues facing them, their specific role in these critical conversations, and opportunities to challenge harmful status quo.
The following are the speaking topics I focus on to help drive forward meaningful change.
Having worked with a number of international partners supporting their team members in over 27 countries, I am no stranger to virtual programs. From 3 A.M. virtual programs with clients in Bangkok to two hour guided workshops for a Board of Directors, I am comfortable presenting remotely to serve your needs.
Shooting on a 4k camera with a stage-ready set up- well, as stage ready as my NYC apartment allows me- I offer dynamic programs that deliver engaging and meaningful content.
Here are a few of my virtual offerings. I am happy to tailor my services to your needs.
I love the work I do. Where I always struggle at talking about myself, I never mind talking about the topics I speak on. For many personal and professional reasons, I work with a limited number of topics that can massively impact someone’s life. And I am proud of what I’ve accomplished.
To start, I got my MA in Organizational Leadership to write leadership programs and college curricula. After some changes, I found meaning with my work in the field of sexual violence prevention.
With sexual violence prevention being both an interest and a facet of my identity as a survivor, I’ve researched, developed curriculum, and spoke on the topic worldwide.
I’ve designed curricula deployed for 100,000 annual audience members primarily made up of Millennials and Generation Z. As an author, my business-centric writing has reached over one half a million readers. And in my spare time, I write children’s books. I love imagination and find joy in stories that teach lessons through humor.
Over time, as my research and scope have expanded, I have focused more in-depth on topics beyond trauma prevention on the interpersonal level to hone in on emotional safety and how organizations support their employees. Throughout all of my work, I find purpose working on substantive issues with an impact on the health of others.
About My Research
When I started working with organizations, I knew my topics deserved well-researched and reasoned studies. Things like emotional safety, trauma, and sexual violence or harassment are too delicate not to handle with the utmost care. Over time, my need for data became a compulsive one.
Where there is no lack of research to review, I wanted to generate my own.
My recent research concerns qualitative interviews with individual employees and managers about emotionally safe environments.
Stephanie Kincaid, Monmouth CollegeMonmouth College
“Tim was an absolute gem! He has a perfect mixture of research, personal insight, and humor. Students, staff,and faculty all praised his ability to get to the heart of sexual assault issues. He is relevant and relatable, approachable and likable. I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to find a man to speak on these issues, but Tim was able to take a difficult subject and make it something we can all talk about.”
“Tim was an absolute gem! He has a perfect mixture of research, personal insight, and humor. Students, staff, and faculty all praised his ability to get to the heart of sexual assault issues. He is relevant and relatable, approachable and likable. I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to find a man to speak on these issues, but Tim was able to take a difficult subject and make it something we can all talk about.”Stephanie Kincaid, Monmouth CollegeMonmouth College