Educational and Entertaining.

Kick Off and Close Meetings with Gusto!

Be memorable. Set the tone. Make your meetings matter.

Red Shoe Keynotes are interactive, fun, and inspiring. What better way to energize your team? Our goal is to grab the audience's attention and set the tone to create a shared memorable experience. By using humorous and inventive techniques, audiences practice new skills together in a fun and interactive learning culture with immediate skills and long-term results.

Get ready to Laugh, Communicate, and Connect as, together, we create the practically perfect antidote to boring meetings.

Many Topics. One Goal.

We help groups and organizations laugh, communicate, and connect.

Each Red Shoe Keynote is tailored to the audience's specific needs. Research, surveys, and consultation ensure client  and industry-specific needs are captured. One size does NOT fit all. The path to success is unique.

  • Dealing with Difficult People
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Ethics
  • Humor, Stress, & Happiness
  • Teamwork

Always On-Key

Red Shoe Keynotes: The perfect compliment to a Red Shoe Workshop

Like a great bottle of wine with dinner, a Red Shoe Keynote is the perfect compliment to a Red Shoe Workshop. The Keynote helps set the tone for the skills we practice and develop in the Workshop.

Always customized to the needs of your organization, a Red Shoe Keynote helps energize your team and gives them the skills, and motivation, for success.


She uses humor and storytelling to inspire …

“Dr. Margarita Gurri is an insightful and clever problem solver, and a consummate professional. An experienced speaker, she uses humor and storytelling to inspire audiences. As trainer and consultant, she educates and encourages joyfully and successfully. I’ve worked on several of Margarita’s projects ranging from books to training materials to presentations to marketing strategies. She’s focused, tireless, on-point, articulate, and a delight to work with. Margarita has become a friend, a collaborator, and my go-to person when I want to pressure-test ideas.”

—Dave Bricker,
Strategic Storytelling