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Marc Andre Morel

Motivational Keynote Speaker

Audiences love Marc André’s content-rich but accessible material filled with stories, analogies, humour and energy! Part of what makes him so compelling is the strength of his message, delivered with passion, creativity and authenticity. His charismatic delivery and style inspire participants to immediately take action and use it at work and in their personal lives, making the total experience even more enriching.

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Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Presentations

Commitment to Change
This presentation reveals and offers solutions to the unique aspects of the human reactions to change. It will be adapted to your situation and according to whom it is addressed: employees or managers. With humor, the presentation helps participants understand and defuse the current or future change, accelerate the inevitable discomfort period and find personal benefits.

Performing Without Exhausting
This presentation helps you perform and overtake without exhausting yourself. It takes a look at work-life with laughter and guaranteed results!  It also brings forth a definition of true happiness while supporting it with scientific evidence. “What’s the point of making a living if we lose our sense of a happy life?” We hear it all the time! But less than 1% of people claim to be “happy” at the end of their lives. More than 50% of workers suffer from burnout, leading cause of disability in the country since 2009.

Destined to Succeed
Your success depends on both the outstanding performance of resilient individuals within your teams. They need to be revitalized and consistent. This talk will inspire and motivate each individual to capitalize on their strengths and take full responsibility for their results.

Unity Through Responsibility, Adaptability and Collaboration
It is part of the Human Nature to interact with others. But why is it so challenging to be so effective in doing so? We are destined to succeed as teams. This is how the Human creature has survived through time. Our sense of survival, security, ego and motivation for recognition are all great personal success motivators. But they can be alarming barriers to our success as a team. Create durable synergy, improve communications, attitudes and help retain your best employees. With humor, this program proposes unforgettable metaphors and ideas.

Awards

2002
Lauréat Leadership SP Award

  • Marc Andre, you did a fantastic job facilitating for our Direct Marketing Team. The group was interested, involved and intrigued by your presentation and your ability to relate to their ‘reality’. Each element of your talk was covered with examples involving both humour and independent reflection.

    - Bell Mobility
  • The speaker was captivating. The subject is topical and interesting.

    - University of Moncton
  • Interesting, motivating, engaging, concrete and relevant!

    - Youth Employment Centre

Summary Profile

Founder of Morel Leadership International and du Leader Publishing, he is one of Canada’s top self-leadership expert, as he has delivered close to two thousand inspiring, educating and entertaining sessions to both English and French audiences across Canada, the United States and Europe. With four published titles, he is a Bestselling author, columnist, coach and consultant.

After earning his Commerce degree from Concordia University in Montreal, he accumulated several coveted corporate sales and leadership awards. Marc André has been interviewed and has appeared in various national television, radio and print media for his premiere expertise on personal and professional leadership.

Dedicated to make a difference for adults, but also for youth, he is actively involved in his community to help strengthen the leadership of the next generation as well as to help promote life and perseverance in education. His own personal and inspiring story as a teenager is featured in the acclaimed Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul. It was at the age of 16 that he delivered his first motivational keynote in front of an audience of 1200 people.