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Mark Mayfield

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Mark Mayfield

 Corporate educator and humorist, delivering entertaining and content driven keynotes on communication, customer service, balanced living and managing change

Topics:

The Glass Ain’t Half Empty, It’s Just Too Big (Managing Change)

Momma Told Me There’d Be Days Like This (Stress Management)

Can I Have A Side Order Of Bad Service With That (Customer Service)

Mom’s Rules (Lessons on Life)


It’s seldom that you find a really funny, clean comedian and it’s seldom that you find a really good captivating speaker. It is nearly impossible to find one who is both. Mark Mayfield is one of the rare individuals in the world who is equally adept at performing stand up comedy or presenting high content speeches. He excites, educates, and always entertains. Known as “The Corporate Comedian”, he has shared the stage with celebrities like Paul Newman, Peter Frampton, Colin Powell, and Bob Newhart and has introduced the President of the United States on a live, nationwide television broadcast. He delivers over 100 presentations annually to conventions, trade associations, and Fortune 500 companies and is the author of the popular book, “Mom’s Rules”, a comedic yet poignant look at all those things that mom said to us as kids.

Mark Mayfield was raised on a farm; he received two degrees Magna Cum Laude from Kansas State University , served as National President of the Future Farmers of America, and spent time as a teacher, lobbyist, and nightclub owner. He is also a professional model and spokesman seen in print and television commercials. These experiences coupled with being the father of two daughters enable him to relate to all types of people. A national convention planner recently called Mark Mayfield “one of the very few, really funny, inspiring men in America today”.

The Glass Ain’t Half Empty, It’s Just Too Big (Managing Change)

This is a humorous approach to a very serious subject and emphasizes that creativity is the key component in managing change. Learn change theory and creative exercises in the upbeat, fast-paced program that will leave you laughing and leave you with change management skills.

Momma Told Me There’d Be Days Like This (Stress Management)

Stressed out? Lethargic? Burned Out? This program will help you solve those ills by learning five behaviors that will help balance your life and by learning techniques to deal with your biggest stressor…PEOPLE! This keynote is high on content AND hilarity.

Can I Have A Side Order Of Bad Service With That (Customer Service)

This light and lively program will help you se the customer’s perspective and examines issues like credibility, reliability, and responsiveness. You’ll understand the myths of customer service and see how to move your customers beyond satisfaction to advocacy

Mom’s Rules (Lessons on Life)

Momma wasn’t just telling you to get your elbows off the table or wear clean underwear, she was instilling greater lessons. Laugh and learn as you’re reminded what Mom was really teaching you.

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