Michael's Presentations

My Resilient Keynotes/Breakout Sessions: Talks that inspire, encourage and empower

Whether it’s an audience of corporate execs, small business owners or faith-based entrepreneurs, Michael will deliver a customized presentation that will target the needs of your audience.

Sample transformational programs include:

  • Resilience/Overcoming Adversity
  • Faith/Perseverance
  • Personal Development
  • Vision/Purpose
  • Attitude

Signature Keynote / Session: Build Back Stronger: The Power of a P.L.A.N. in the Face of Adversity

In this presentation, audience members will learn a proven 4-step process to overcome any form of adversity in life and in business and become more resilient leaders as a result.

Testimonials

Read what attendees are saying about the impact of Michael’s presentations…

“Michael is a talented speaker who effectively leverages his experience to provide remarkable insights for his audiences. Michael is impressive in the way that he inspires listeners to adopt a process for building their own resiliency to overcome adversity. He has the ability to easily build rapport, credibility and connectivity with a wide variety of audiences.”

John F. Edwards

CExO (Chief Excitement Officer), The Edwards Group

“Michael presents with calm confidence; he inspires attendees to be their best through The Power of a P.L.A.N. I recommend him highly.”

Sharon M. Weinstein

MS, RN, CRNI-R,. FACW, FAAN, Immediate Past President, National Speakers Association, DC Chapter (NSA-DC)

“Michael Jackson is not the famous Michael Jackson but his message is just as important and his passion for impacting others is equally strong. Michael K. Jackson speaks on “Building More Resilient Leaders”, and he helps employees bounce back from setbacks. He gives clear strategies, that when followed, work! “

Karen A. Snyder

MA, CSP, CPF, Past President of National Speakers Association, DC Chapter (NSA-DC), Concordia Consulting, LLC

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