Motivational Ethics Speaker
Former white collar criminal, Jerome Mayne is truly a motivational ethics speaker because he delivers the ultimate true life lesson in ethics. He will motivate your group with his stories about choices he has experienced and the very real consequences that follow.
Historically, ethics presentations are boring. Usually ethics presentations are not funny. Not with Jerome, and not with his presentations.
You deserve an entertaining keynote speaker who can ‘hold’ and capture the audience at your conference. Your speaker needs to have a dynamic presentation style and a riveting story with a solid message. Especially with the topic of ethics.
Jerome gives you all of these.
Serious and Entertaining
Jerome Mayne is a performer at heart. He is a former, touring stand-up comedian, an improv performer and a stage actor. You can count on a riveting and entertaining keynote presentation that your group will not soon forget.
As an event planner, of course you know you need a speaker who will connect with your client’s audience on a personal level. Jerome knows this too. He has the clients, the experience and the track record to prove it.
Choices and Consequences
Would you stand up for what you believe is right or would you choose to keep your job and risk going to prison? Could your family; your kids overcome the shame and embarrassment of a criminal conviction? These seemingly impossible questions have answers.
With this ethics keynote presentation, Jerome brings you along on his emotional journey. You’ll hear the story from beginning to end; how a regular guy made simple decisions that started him down the road that eventually led to prison.
Your group will relate his story to parallels they see in their professional careers. This will reinforce the good decisions they already make. They’ll be able to identify their vulnerabilities and learn how to make the right decisions in tough situations, and stay out of prison.
This keynote presentation is a riveting and entertaining story. Intentional or not your group will really get a lesson on ethics and fraud in the workplace.
Survive Life and Laugh Yourself to Death
Life is hard.
We all have problems. Some of us think that our problems are worse than the next person’s. So, we think that since our problems are worse, we are justified in making excuses as to why we just can’t get past them. And so we don’t.
In the year 2000, Jerome had a ‘double whammy.’ With only 5 months remaining in his 21 month federal prison sentence, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. These two major life events (prison and cancer) made him want to shut down, and hide in self pity. This lapse in self confidence only lasted for a brief period of time. With the support of loved ones and a powerful will to move forward and survive, he actually found the humor in it all.
Our problems, large or small, are not figments of our imaginations. However, when we justify why any obstacle is just too hard to move past, we will shut down. And sometimes, ‘accepting your fate’ is the real killer.
How can you find the comedy in a nightmare?
In this keynote presentation, Jerome shares with you his story of anguish. You will feel the pain but will walk away with the keys; the secrets on how to live life to its fullest. He’ll show you how to survive life. And if anything kills you it’ll be your own laughter.
Looking for a Funny Motivational Ethics Speaker
Truth: Fraud, ethics, white collar crime and prison are not usually in the same sentence as the word ‘funny.’ Jerome is able to take a serious message and tell it with wit and humor. If you’re looking for a motivational ethics speaker for your conference or convention, contact us for Jerome’s availability.
Your conference or convention audience will be able to relate to him as they find parallels between his experiences and their careers. Humor keeps them engaged and provides much needed comic relief as Jerome reveals how he found humor in the middle of a nightmare.
Your group will be motivated to make better decisions, do the right thing, and stay out of prison.