Tim Clue is a funny motivational speaker who sees motivation as more of an experience than an idea; using humor as a super connector, his work behind the lectern is out in front—dynamic, inspirational, highly interactive and purposefully funny.
Bringing “social” back into the meeting space, Tim uses his expertise in improv and humor coupled with his award-winning teaching practices to design unique, intimate and powerful exchanges, getting people out of their seats and into his presentation, and connecting them in humorous but thoughtful—and sometimes surprising—conversations.
This instructive ringleader uses humor as a tool to bring forth a bevy of inspiring and engaging experiences for conferences, conventions, management gatherings or client appreciation events, taking terms like motivation, team-building, synergy, collaboration and outside-the-box thinking and moving them from cliché into unforgettable encounters.
During his years as a stand up comedian Tim opened for Jerry Seinfeld and Steven Wright, and you may have even caught some of Tim’s humor on YouTube or XM/Sirius Satellite Radio. But as a keynote speaker and host/emcee, Tim has also spoken before such notables as POTUS 41 (President George H.W. Bush) and Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman. And Clue’s stage comedy “Leaving Iowa,” nominated Best New Play in the country, is now published and performed in theaters all over the U.S. and Canada.
It’s his methods, your messages. Whether as a conference keynote or as a host/emcee, Tim will move any audience as he collaborates on potent and engaging moments that underscore and reflect the realities of this over-stimulated and distracted emailing, Facebooking, Tweeting world in which we now find ourselves living and working.
As Tim often says, If you want them to hear it, tell them. If you want them to remember, make them laugh.