Theresa Behenna is a motivational keynote speaker and acclaimed international pianist that has been helping people upgrade their thinking, improve communications and deliver excellent customer service since 1998. Her entertaining, upbeat programs provide a unique learning experience for audiences that have resulted in positively memorable events for associations and corporate giants like EXXONMOBIL that wrote: “Your keynote presentation was engaging, inspiring, practical and funny!”
Her passion and spontaneous humor stem from over 25 years as a professional entertainer that began as a piano player in a pub in her native country Australia and culminated in performing at the 2006 Olympics in Torino. Traveling the world as a musician/small business owner, Theresa’s experience in communicating with different cultures, adapting to changing markets and appearing before celebrities, gives her the distinct ability to combine practical content with dynamic entertainment to produce positive change.
Theresa’s Unique Selling Point is the piano she plays in ALL her presentations to emphasize points and enhance her stories.
Oh wait. Theresa Behenna is funny too. She shares hilarious compelling stories, involves audiences in fun exercises that maximizes engagement, increases memory retention, relieves stress, energizes and uplifts attendees…..no worries, Mate!
Theresa’s most popular keynote is “From Gershwin to Gaga: Extraordinary is the New Norm!” The core message is how to stand out from the competition to get the customer/keep the customer, get the job/keep the job. It’s about winning fans and influencing people by being extraordinary at what you do applying the same principles she used to master the piano.
Theresa Behenna customizes each presentation to suit the client’s industry and needs by interviewing several audience members before the event and weaving that information into her speech.
Because audiences leave Theresa’s programs feeling happy, energized, motivated and inspired, she is most suited for:
- Opening/closing general session
- Mid-day keynote to energize
- After dinner program to entertain
- Client that wants something totally different