America’s Leading Family Humorist
Charles Petty is funny and educational. He has the rare ability to package profound, life-changing truths in humor. He has a soft southern accent and uses original humor that is never off-color.
Charles’ programs range from 15 minutes to 3 hours. He is at his best doing keynotes and speaking after a meal. Opening and closing sessions are his specialty. He also does multiple presentations. Program planners comment on how easy Dr. Petty is to work with. He makes no demands, adapts to any circumstance with a smile, has no special needs, takes care of his own travel, and has never gone ballistic over details. The reasons for his popularity with program planners are quite simple:
He is very funny and entertaining.
He has the rare ability to inspire, motivate, educate and entertain.
What he suggests can make a profound difference in a person’s life and career.
Everyone can identify with and profit from his insights regardless of his family status.
“Family” is a refreshing break from technical presentations.
Spouses and guests often attend conferences, and “Family” is perfect for a joint session.
Invite award-winning, world-class speaker Dr. Charles Petty to be part of your next program. You and your audience will be glad you did!
Each presentation is tailored to meet the needs of the audience, with the mix of humor, motivation and message depending upon the objective of the program. He uses humor in every presentation because he believes audiences learn better if they are enjoying themselves. Profound truths are packaged in humor! Laugh! Learn!
Climbing the Ladder of Success and Taking Your Family with You
Hilarious insights on how to take care of family while taking care of business. Dr. Petty (1) helps audiences understand the impact of family relationships upon job performance, (2) shares some principles that help achieve success in balancing one’s job and family, and (3) motivates people to put these principles into practice. Perfect for all groups and especially when guests/spouses are in the audience.
Roaring Fires, Flickering Flames, Dying Embers, or Cold Ashes?
Some people have an enthusiasm for life, family and work. Others just go through the motions, dislike what they do, or constantly look for a new job or relationship. This presentation focuses on the importance of maintaining energy and purpose in one’s life and work, and suggests some ways to achieve and maintain a healthy productivity. Helps managers, sales people and employees to "keep the fires going."
Educators: Shapers of the Dream
Dr. Petty presents insights on how educators can help students achieve their dreams. He reminds participants of the impact educators have upon students, shares some principles that help empower students, and motivates/inspires educators to put these principles into practice.
Winning Communities are Made of These: Strong Economy, Caring Volunteers and Stable Families
This humorous presentation highlights the three areas necessary for every great community: strong economy, caring volunteers and stable families. Dr. Petty affirms the role of the Chamber in each of these areas. Especially appropriate at annual meetings.
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"Preliminary post-meeting critiques have rated you a 5 out of 5. It doesn’t get any better than that. Your delivery and style was as professional as they come. I never thought I would see so many people laugh for so long. Yet, your message came through loud and clear."
- | Metal Treating Institute
"In 25 years of association management, I have never heard a better or more effective presentation than [yours.] Your remarks, humor, and delivery were perfect."
- | North Carolina Textile Manufacturers Association
"Your message, thoroughly wrapped in humor, was well received by your audience. You provided just the right note on which to conclude our three-day meeting."
- | Cotton States Insurance
"Your presentation at our Annual Meeting was absolutely fantastic – a day has not passed that we have not been complimented for having you as our speaker."
- | Delaware Contractors Association