WE DELIVER THOUGHT-PROVOKING KEYNOTES AND PRESENTATIONS THAT IGNITE LEADERSHIP SPIRIT
Alex Ihama is an internationally acclaimed speaker who has been delivering keynotes on personal development, leadership effectiveness and strategic management to variety of audiences all over the world for almost two decades.
Widely known for his contagious passion, he is often sought after by executives, politicians, pastors, entrepreneurs, academicians and other groups for the extensive knowledge which he acquired from his dramatic childhood, his deep research on life, business and spiritual matters, his wide intercontinental travels, and his consistent involvement in the lives of thousands through speaking, coaching, training, consulting, mentoring and writing.
With strong academic and corporate experiences gained from numerous leadership positions in reputable profit and non-profit organizations, including three of Canada’s largest banks, Alex Ihama speaks on personal proficiency, leadership development, strategic management, sales and service excellence, relationship and team building, culture and diversity maximization, youth engagement and community development.
His messages transcend religious, cultural, racial and socio-economic backgrounds, and according to the CEO of one of North America’s largest banks, “Alex manages a fine line of being inspirational, provocative, humorous, passionate and purely entertaining”.
Whether to motivate, inspire, challenge or provoke the thoughts of your audience, Alex Ihama’s passion is remarkable. Whether to your board of directors or a group of five thousand people in positions of authority in corporations, governments, churches, schools, association or community, Alex Ihama’s keynotes are resounding.
As another corporate executive puts it, “No matter what the content, Alex Ihama’s presentations are always engaging, interactive and dynamic. You always sensed that people in the audience were interested in what he had to say and that interest seemed to carry throughout the entire speaking engagement.”