You’ve never seen a keynote like this before...

After speaking to 350,000+ audience members over the last 12 years, I’ve learned a valuable lesson: laughter is a secret weapon. If you can get someone to laugh, you’ll disarm their defenses. They’ll let down their guard, drop their cynicism and hesitance, and actually listen to what you have to say. 

That’s why my talks are a finely-tuned blend of humor and heart, designed to inspire your audience members to tap into their innate creativity, chase their own crazy ideas, and make the world a better, weirder place.

The audience is so busy having a great time that they don’t even realize they’re being challenged, stretched, and equipped to do better creative work than they’ve ever done. 

But hey, let’s keep that our little secret, eh?



How to turn yourself
(and your organization) into an
innovation machine.


How tough times fuel
true creativity
and innovation.


Rediscovering the power of
individuals to drive
meaningful change.

BECOMING AN IDEA FACTORY: How to turn yourself (and your organization) into an innovation machine.

Topics: Creativity, Innovation, Ideation

If there’s one belief that is holding you back from getting the most out of your team, it’s this one: some people are creative, and some people aren’t.

That belief is based on outdated ideas about what creativity means, where it comes from, and who gets to harness it.

The truth is, creativity is a skill like any other: it can be learned.

In the same way that we teach employees how to track expenses, process invoices, and jiggle the lock just right to get into the supply closet, we can teach them how to be more creative, how to have better ideas, and how to build a culture where innovation is a natural byproduct.

In this talk, Kyle will:

  • Inspire audience members to harness their own capacity for creativity and innovation.

  • Give practical tips for how to get more (and better!) ideas out of yourself and your team)

  • Share the 5 things that every idea needs

  • Help you avoid common idea-killers in
    your organization