Keynote Topics

keynote-topics

Looking for a keynote they’ll be talking about until the next conference?

Lisa keynotes major conferences, including state conferences in Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky (2018), Montana (2018), Pennsylvania, Tennessee (2018), Washington (2018), and Wisconsin to rave reviews. She promises your attendees will be stopping you in the hall to tell you how amazing it was.

Read what organizers and attendees have said about their experiences with Lisa as a keynote speaker.

Descriptions of keynotes are included below. All sessions are appropriate for a wide audience, even youth.

Letters to the Young Gifted

What do gifted adults wish they could share with the rising gifted generation? If they could go back and do it all over again, what traits and paradigms would they wish they had?

Explore the seven pillars that create or support healthy social, emotional and cognitive development in the gifted.

Find out what a library in Baghdad and Olympic athletes can teach our gifted children. Learn what it means to turn your own tide, the role of honor, and the importance of gathering a team (no matter how unlikely).

Discover the underrated power of waiting, and the correct approach to the gifted/typical code switch.

Empower educators and students as we travel there and back again.

The Five-Headed Dragon: Threats to Giftedness

Gifted youth face many threats to their well-being, both cognitive and emotional, that prevent them from achieve their dreams. We will face five of these threats head on: Stereotype Threat, Imposter Syndrome, Bullying, Underachievement, and Perfectionism.

These threats distort gifted youths’ view of themselves, create hesitancy where boldness is needed, turn victors into victims, deny gifts, and prevent academic risk-taking.

Giving educators and parents the tools they need to ward off the five-headed dragon will allow gifted learners to soar to new heights of personal and academic fulfillment.

Would you like to talk about your conference?

I’d love to help make your conference amazing! Email me at lisa@lisavangemert.com with details about your conference.