Speaker, Author and Coach
Kevin McNulty is a thought-leader and internationally known expert in the areas of personal/professional development and human & workplace dynamics. He is known for his keen understanding for translating complex people issues into practical solutions. He is also the Founder of Humadyn-Life Skills Institute.
Kevin is an accomplished professional with a diverse background of 30 years including his 20-year Air Force career, as a facilitator for the Franklin-Covey Leadership Center, and now as speaker, author, and personal development coach.
As a speaker Kevin McNulty often lauded for his thought-provoking ideas. He shows audiences how to change, grow, and achieve fulfilling lives and success in whatever they do. His style offers a nice blend of high-energy, interacting with audience, and humor. His intended outcomes is always to stimulate audiences to think deeper, see clearer, and make important steps toward personal growth and achievement.
Kevin sparks life into his speeches by using compelling stories and observations from his own extraordinary life…having:
– Relocated over 20 times in his life
– Lived around the world, including all corners of U.S., Germany, Bavaria, Puerto Rico, and Israel.
– Traveled to 49 States and 25 countries
– Served in a diplomatic capacity at the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv
– And even performed in a Super Bowl Halftime Show.
He is the author of three books: The Gap Between Two Worlds…Turning Difficult Life Transitions Into Personal Growth Experiences; From Limited to Limitless (audio book); Seven Laws for Learning, Changing and Growing (eBook).
- Personal Change and Transition
- Human Relations-Diversity/Race Relations
- Building a Winning Team
- Conquering Conflict…and Negativity in the Workplace
- Tales of Visionary Leadership
- The Art of Communication
- Building Blocks Personal Networking
- Personal Growth…and Self-Discovery
- Change & Transition
- Human/Workplace Dynamics
- Personal/Professional Development
Personal/Professional Development-Oriented Topics
Building Positive Relationships… (or Building a Positive Working Environment)
(Categories: Teambuilding, Positive Workplace, Engagement)
Building and sustaining healthy relationships is a main ingredient to creating a happier and productive workplace. Positive relationships contributes to positive team spirit. It sustains good customer relations, inspires employees to follow their leader, and just gives people a good feeling about their work and environment. In this program, using his 25 years of human and workplace dynamics experience, Kevin puts forth some real insight and real steps to building solid relationships and creating a positive workplace.
You Can Coach Yourself…To Learn Grow and Achieve
(Categories: Personal/Professional Development, Self-Confidence/Esteem/Motivation)
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we had our own personal “Life Coach”, following us around and keeping us on track? Although this is a terrific concept in theory, it is unrealistic for most of us. Yet the need for personal growth is deemed to be of the highest priority for most human beings. We often want a coach or mentor because we need a trusted individual with more life or professional experience who offers an objective voice and is willing to ask the difficult questions. We want someone who will give us both positive and negative feedback while holding us accountable for our actions. But what if hiring a Life Coach is not feasible. Is that it? If we can’t find a coach then we are out of the game? Of course not!
In this program, Personal and Professional Development Coach Kevin McNulty offers you the perfect alternative. Kevin offers thought-provoking ideas, innovative techniques, and creative strategies to help you rise to new levels of success, teaching you how to coach yourself towards achieving your goals and dreams. This program will increase your inner confidence, help you to navigate the seas of change, and set you on the road toward positive transformation toward a happier and more fulfilled human being, both personally and professionally.
The Art [and Science] of Effective Communications…
(Categories: Interpersonal Communications, Speech, Listening, Teambuilding, Leadership)
Search Google Books on the word “communications” and you’ll get 97 million hits. Search on “interpersonal communications” and 678,000 pop up. Why is it there are so many books to help us be better communicators, yet we are still trying to figure it out? Because communications is as complicated as the number of mindsets in this world—about 7 billion. In this presentation, Kevin teaches universal principles and techniques that will help you—in just about any circumstance—communicate in an highly effective way. Kevin not only brings his extensive training, education and practice to this program…but more, brings his life’s work—including from the diplomatic field, international arena, and 30 years of intense, dynamic and extra-ordinary multicultural workplaces and organizations.
The Gap . . . Between Two Worlds
(Categories: Personal change and transition, People-side of Org. Change, Self-Discovery/Personal Development)
Based on his book The Gap Between Two Worlds…Turning Difficult Life Transitions Into Personal Growth Experiences, Kevin speaks about the great challenges and opportunities that lie in the unique state known as “the Gap.” He talks about the characteristics, elements and nuances of the journey through any significant life change (good or bad). You will learn about navigating between your familiar, “normal” old world and the not so familiar “new world.” More you will discover that whether it be a career change, relocation, divorce, or loss of a loved one, all transitions bring with it…a transformation. Thus, Kevin addresses the question: Will you allow your new life to shape you, or will you shape your new life?
Do It Afraid!
(Categories: Success, Achievement, Personal Development)
There are many times in life when we are anything from stifled to petrified in taking an important step forward. Often we let fear to hold us back, but then other times we just “jump” and miraculously “the net would appear.” Some make it sound so easy and advise: “Just go for it!” But it’s not always that easy. For many there may be any number of internal battles that [must] take place in order to get to the point of going after what you want in life. Thus, [sometimes] the precursor to taking a big, bold step may be a massive internal fight: fear vs. desire or fear vs. ego, emotion vs. logic. In this talk Kevin freely discusses this topic, helps you process what it takes, and helps you find solutions to Do It Afraid–meaning, how to go after what you want in life, even if you are afraid.
Finding Gimmelwald…the Metaphor
(Categories: Motivation/Inspiration, Success, Achievement, Personal Development)
This is a beautiful program filled with stories and ideas for the imagination and reality. However, this is a topic that Kevin tries to keep a mystery (as much as possible)…in that he doesn’t want to give away the magic and meaning of “Finding Gimmelwald…” In part, this is because it may translate uniquely for each person and therefore each listener can choose what it means to their unique life and aspirations. That said…using a real, fun, light-hearted, and adventurous international travel story, Kevin takes you on a real journey . . . while simultaneously taking you on a journey of self-discovery–through your own thoughts and beliefs about life and about discovering what you want. This is about “Finding your Gimmelwald” . . . whatever that is. ?
You did a really great job on the Keynote on Monday in Nashville. Your stories about Lynchpins were amazing and inspiring! I can still remember those three impactful stories that were pivotal to your message. I also appreciate you letting us know a little bit about your anchors in life as well. You are to be commended and you served us and your friends in a really terrific way! ~ Tom Sheives – Senior Lead Consultant at Catapult Systems
I have known Kevin McNulty for several years and am impressed with his work at Humadyn. Kevin has great integrity and passion in his work and has been very successful in helping companies with communication and teamwork issues. Kevin recently spoke for the Career Development Center to a group of young students who were searching for their career path. Kevin’s message was inspiring and I feel he motivated these students to pursue their dreams. ~ Academic Advisor at Middle Tennessee State University
Phone: 615 216 0481 (ext. 33)