Military Keynotes

Educate. Empower. Entertain.

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 family and team, while giving practical, creative, and workable solutions to everyday problems? Our goal is to grab the audiences' attention and set the tone to create a shared experience.

Participants are excited to practice new skills together in a fun and interactive learning culture. By using these humorous and inventive techniques, Dr. Gurri offers audiences immediate skills with long-term results.

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


Keynotes for Military Families

Reduce the stress related to all stages of deployment.

Programs provide education to prepare for deployment,  strengthen bonds during deployment separations, and ease the challenges of repeated deployments and reintegration.   

  • Tale of Two Heroes: Deployment Transition
  • Tao of Poo: Humor, Stress, and Happiness
  • Remote Syncing: Strengthen Bonds from Afar
  • Communication Aikido and Listening Mojo
  • Playful Loving for Military Couples
  • Military Kids' Expert Panel

 


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.


The kids really open up…

“I have seen Dr Gurri (cadre of speaker family counselor) do a session with the kids to discuss their fears and anger for deployments; parents were invited to come up and join their kids for these sessions. The childcare provider facilitated the time for each age group. As a group, the kids really open up and the parents were thankful to open the discussion up and hear what their children thought or feared. The kids seemed relieved that other kids were experiencing the same fears.”

—Deborah (Deb) Mears OSD/RA,
Office of Defense, Reserve Affairs,
Yellow Ribbon Specialist