Ravi delivers inspiring and empowering keynotes worldwide. Book him now for your next global, national, or regional event.

In addition to delivering a captivating keynote, Ravi will:

• Interview several attendees in advance to prepare
• Socialize with attendees throughout the entire event (schedule permitting)
• Give attendees the opportunity to download his presentation and stay in contact with him
• Not pitch products or services from the stage
• Close with a song if requested, and if you provide the guitar

BOGO Promotion (limited time offer)

Hire Ravi for a keynote and get a free second presentation within 24 hours and 24 miles of the first. Some restrictions apply, but there is flexibility. Contact us below for more information.

Millennial Mojo: Disrupting Education under Millennial Leadership
All generations must collaborate to redesign education and make it relevant in an age of Artificial Intelligence and Globalization, and recruiting and retaining Millennial teachers is critical. Personalized Learning, Career Pathways, STEAM vs. STEM, and better systems to measure student development are some of the greatest opportunities in education, but only if implemented appropriately.
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Millennial Mojo: Collaborating Across Generations in the Workplace
They are the largest stakeholders on the planet, and understanding their mindset is the key to recruiting, retaining, and maximizing Millennial talent. By embracing their idealism and harnessing their entrepreneurial spirit and global prowess, Baby-Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials can collaborate within any industry and together build a better future.
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Cultivating an Entrepreneurial Mindset
Also available for youth as "Live the Dream"

The future requires an entrepreneurial mindset. What are the essential ingredients for career growth, staying relevant, and positively impacting the world? Step out of your comfort zone and expand your horizons.
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Teaching Cultural Competency
With Globalization and A.I., how do we create cultural competency during a time of cultural dilution and shrinking job markets? It's not about teaching cultural competency, but un-teaching cultural incompetency.
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