Jack Keogh has presented at major conventions in the United States, Mexico, Panama, Bolivia, England, Denmark, France, Norway, China – Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taiwan – Singapore, and Belgium. He has addressed corporate gatherings in Norway, Sweden, Bolivia and Thailand. He has had various articles published in professional magazines and is a sought after public speaker and consultant. Participants invariably describe his presentations as “informative and entertaining”.
Apart from his experience in his native Ireland, Jack lived in Spain for a year. Subsequently he worked in Mexico for ten years. Then came six years in Italy. Following that, six years in New York. After a year in Gabon, Central West Africa, he settled in the US.
Keogh now only delivers occasional speeches – his schedule is almost entirely taken up with his consulting work and training programs. When time allows he presents on topics related to international relocation, cross-cultural communication, leadership development, and emotional intelligence in the workplace.
Workshop: “High Performance Teams, Leadership Fundamentals”, Manager’s Training Day, IBM Mexico, Mexico City, May 4, 2007
Two day workshop: “Improving Sales Performance with Emotional Intelligence”, Pueblo Bonito Hotels Sales Meeting, Mazatlán, Mexico, May 8 -9, 2007
Guest Lecture: “Negotiating Across Borders”, Weissman Center for International Business, Baruch University, New York, March 29, 2007
Keynote: “New Leaders for New Times”, Annual Distributor Meeting, Sensient Colors Latin America, Veracruz, Mexico, March 7, 2007
Keynote: “Listening Across Cultures”; International Association of Registered Certified Tomatis Consultants, annual convention, March 17, 2007, Cuernavaca, Mexico
Keynote: “Emotional Resilience: The X-Factor for Global Success”, Arizona Relocation Council, Phoenix, March 14, 2007
Motivational Keynote: “Something Happened To Our World of Work”, Marriott ExecuStay Annual Sales & Leadership Conference, Nashville, TN, January 7, 2007
“International Teams: Beyond Cultural Differences”
Multicultural teams are different. In addition to culture the team needs to consider: the purpose for its existence, the influence of personality differences, the impact of cultural and professional identities, the importance of emotional intelligence, and the vital role of adequate support systems. Team leaders need updated global competencies which they may not have learned in business school. Click Here to link to article in “The Gateway, Developing organizational excellence across Asia”