"I HAVE BEEN ATTENDING CONFERENCES FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS AND CAN SAY, UNEQUIVOCALLY, THAT JAMES KANE'S PRESENTATION IS THE BEST I'VE EVER SEEN."
VP at Marriott International
In good company
James Kane has shared keynoting duties at global events with US Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Sir Richard Branson, Malcolm Gladwell, Jack Welch, Sara Blakely, Thomas Friedman, Seth Godin, and Warren Buffet, among other leading, business, political, and thought leaders.
THE LOYALTY SWITCH
How to make anyone loyal to you, your organization, or your cause.
In this fascinating and highly entertaining presentation, James Kane takes his audiences on a journey into the human brain and explains the science behind true loyalty and human relationships. Building on more than 40 years of research on the subject, James will make the case that human beings have a fundamental need to be loyal and actively seek out the specific clues from others that tell them when they can and should be. When an organization, as well as an individual, is able to understand and demonstrate those loyalty-building behaviors, they can develop relationships that will last a lifetime and result in unwavering and unlimited support.
ALL FOR ONE
The science of cooperation, collaboration and interacting with others.
Nothing has accelerated the advancement of human beings as a species more than our ability to live and work with others. And yet, despite hundreds of thousands of years of practice, most people still aren’t very good at it. In this presentation, James shares the science behind cooperative behavior and the influences that impact our human connections. The revelations are surprising, if not shocking, but critically important for any organization looking to create a more cohesive, productive, engaged, and fulfilled team.
The secret to creating loyal relationships in a digital world
As more of our lives move online, our relationships go with them. In this presentation, James explains how it’s possible to build loyal relationship "virtually" using the same fundamental techniques that we employ in our personal, face-to-face interactions.
While the digital revolution has disrupted the social order of our world, our 2.5 million year-old brains haven't quite caught up. The clues they seeks to inform us who we can trust, who we can depend upon, and ultimately, who we can be loyal to have not changed all that much and demand that certain conditions be met before they will commit. The blogs and articles you write, the tweets and emails you send, the videos and websites you create, and the products, spaces, and experiences you build communicate those clues as directly as any of your personal encounters. The question is: are you using those virtual methods to send the right message?