Topics: Communication, Self-Improvement, Leadership, Personal Development, Team Building
Areas: Los Angeles, California; National, International
Titles: Leadership Coach, Motivational Speaker, Keynote Speaker, Executive Coach
Are you stuck in a job, career or personal relationship that prevents you from realizing your true potential? If you’re ready to make the changes necessary to regain control of your life, Richard Bellman’s step-by-step presentations will show you how. Using proven strategies of motivational masters such as Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Dale Carnegie, Earl Nightingale, John Maxwell, Stephen Covey, and Peter Drucker, Richard has successfully transformed over 10,000 careers.
Richard’s keynote presentation, The Courage to Change: 5 Ways to Transform Your Life, offers powerful, specific strategies to take control of your life. You’ll learn how to:
Richard’s inspiring presentation is especially suited to HR directors, supervisors, managers, teachers, professors, administrators, business professionals and franchisees. He also speaks passionately to the needs of teams applying real changes at work, new employees going through orientation, and seasoned employees who are up for promotion or seeking advancement to leadership positions.
Your audience will leave Richard’s energetic presentation with new leadership strategies to apply at home and in the workplace. They’ll improve morale and inspire their teams, learn how to effectively promote from within, reduce turnover and increase employee retention, enhance communication and cooperation on the job, and train employees for leadership positions.
□ Corporations, business groups, non-profits
□ Executive managers, sales reps, team leaders, HR professionals
□ Baby Boomers, Millennials, retirees
□ Community organizations
□ Colleges, universities, schools, youth groups
□ Parents, educators
□ Business and civic groups
□ Entrepreneurs, small offices
□ Hospitality organizations
□ Entertainment venues
□ Health spas, fitness centers
□ Realtors, real estate associations, property owners
□ Rehab centers, recovery support groups
□ Caretakers, healers, health workers, cancer survivors
□ Therapists, psychologists, counselors and coaches
Offered as keynotes, breakouts, seminars or workshops, retreats, trainings and Webinars, and customized for your group. Richard Bellman is also available as a panel guest or moderator.
Communicate and Connect: How to Make Communication Meaningful and Sincere
This seminar will help leaders and supervisors learn how to speak simply and directly with their key employees for a stronger and more effective connection. By adopting these following 5 strategies, communication at work and at home will become more effective and meaningful. You’ll learn how to:
Lead to Succeed: Develop Your Leadership Skills to Increase Your Influence
Are you up for promotion? Or, did you just accept a position of leadership and now face the challenge of inspiring and leading your teams? Are you an entrepreneur looking to hire a staff to complete your company’s mission and objectives?
This presentation gives you the crucial tools you need to accomplish your mission. You’ll learn how to:
Ask for More
From his soon-to-be-published book, Richard Bellman reveals the secret to asking for more. You’ll learn 6 ways to Ask for More to create a richer, more fulfilling life:
Ask for More Responsibility: Is your life balanced? By asking for more responsibility you could reap greater rewards—financial and spiritual.
Ask for More Participation: Are you reaching your true potential, both on the job and at home? By asking for greater participation through strategies for improvement, you could effectively raise the bar for yourself and enjoy a greatly enhanced outcome.
Ask for More Character: Do you always act like no one is watching? Discover how to evaluate your best character traits and use them to maximum advantage.
Ask for More Health: Is your scale still broken? Are you waiting for January 1st to get back into shape? Discover easily adaptable habits to get your health back on track and keep it there.
Ask for More Education: Still yearning to finish that degree? Looking for ways to learn new skills, but can’t find the time? Discover new approaches to learning that are fun, easy, and affordable.
Ask for More Success: Are you a great starter of projects, but get stuck in the middle? Learn how to begin with the end in mind and develop strategies to complete every project you start.
Develop a Culture of Gratitude: 5 Paths toward Greater Appreciation and More Abundance
Developing a mindset of gratitude can improve the quality of your relationships and improve psychological and physical health. Having an attitude of gratitude can also increase self -esteem, improve quality of sleep and lead to greater financial freedom. In this interactive talk, Richard shows how to:
Find Your True Calling: 5 Ways to Discover Your Life’s Mission
The “Gold Watch” days are behind us. These days we rarely remain in one career for 25-30 years, then retire with a gold watch and pension. It’s never too late to discover your true calling and take action towards achieving it. This life-changing presentation shows you 5 ways to take charge of your life and discover what you were really meant to do. You’ll learn how to:
Richard Bellman began his teaching career during a Montreal blizzard on a Wednesday night in December 1989. His mother held down two jobs—teaching at a Jewish parochial school by day and English as a Second Language (ESL) for adults at night. Because of the storm, and exhausted from her day job, she asked Richard to substitute for her that night teaching her ESL students.
His first class consisted of eight people from Poland, Romania, Ethiopia, and Russia, who had left their native lands to seek better opportunities for themselves and their families. Blizzard or not, they showed up for class, if just to learn a simple phrase they could practice the following day or a joke they could tell at work to help build camaraderie.
From that moment on, Richard knew he wanted to teach people language skills, concepts, ideas, and theories. He wanted to share what he knew with the world. He wanted to inspire, educate, and lead people. He wanted to help people become better leaders, better team members and, ultimately, better people. He wanted nothing less than to transform lives. And that’s exactly what he’s been doing ever since.
A dedicated student of motivation masters such as Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Dale Carnegie, Earl Nightingale, John Maxwell, Stephen Covey, and Peter Drucker, Richard has transformed 10,000 careers through his presentations and has been educating adults on vocational skills for over 27 years. He also shares 50 years of life experience and personal stories.
Richard is a dedicated long-distance runner who, since the age of sixteen, has completed 41 full marathons(26.2 miles), 65 half marathons (13.1 miles) and over 100 5k (3.1 miles); 10k (6.2 miles); 15k (9.3 miles); and 30k (18.6 miles) runs as well as several biathlons, Olympic triathlons, and ½ Ironman triathlons.