Relevant Leadership

Leadership is NOT about your name on the door. Your years in the business. The title you hold or where your office is located. It’s about your people and the significance, value,and connection you share with them. Bottom line? Relevance Equals Influence. Which equals Commitment.  Collaboration. Trust. Teamwork. Performance. Productivity. Sustainability. Sales. And Momentum. Ready to make a transformational change in your business? Raise your relevance. Increase your influence.

Partnership is the New Leadership 

Cultivating Commitment, Collaboration, and Consensus

Over the last five years a survey of more than5,000 leaders asked one question: what do you want from your people? The overwhelming answer? Commitment. And what it takes to both create and retain that commitment is NOTHING like it used to be. That’s where Business KeynoteSpeaker and Leadership Expert Ty Bennett is helping organizations bridge the gap between old school mentalities and real-world solutions that connect with team members of every level today.

Consider the adage, “Old ways won’t open new doors.” In Ty’s view, that is the rallying cry for leaders all over the globe. Business is changing. Communication is light years from what it was. People purchase differently. Customer expectation is at an all-time high, and their tolerance at an all-time low. It’s time to open new doors. Adopt new skills.Challenge old mindsets. And embrace innovation. Ty Bennett has the tools you need to do all of these things and then some.

Inthis enlightening keynote, your team will learn how to:

•     Create consensusand encourage creativity

•      Overcome the three biggest obstacles that cause leaders to fail

•      Master conversational leadership

•      Develop a more connected and cohesive team

•     Adopt essentialrelationship skills that cultivate commitment

Leading with fear or trading on titles is no longer effective. In their place, partnership, communication, inclusion, and connection have become game-changers. Ultimately, we are in the people business, which is, without question, the business of building relationships.How? Using specific, time-tested skills and solutions to Cultivate trust.Encourage collaboration. Deliver value. Inspire ideas and insights. And yes,fuel commitment amongst team members to do more, reach higher, and develop their own leadership skills. 

The Power of Storytelling 

Cultivating Connection and Strengthening Engagement

500% better. That’s how much more we retain information when told to us in the context of a story. Five hundred percent! Why? Because communication plus storytelling creates connection. Invokes passion. Engages emotions. And most importantly? Moves people to take ACTION. Teaching audience members to effectively and creatively adopt the skills and mindsets necessary to communicate at their highest level is exactly what Business Keynote Speaker Ty Bennett delivers in this game-changing topic.

Essentially? We are ALL in the business of people. Developing relationships, cultivating trust, and weaving a connection that allows for deeper understanding is ultimately a big part of why we are all here. Life is all about contribution – and how we connect through communication determines our level of influence. With heart and high-energy, Ty teaches leaders and sales professionals to adopt valuable storytelling skills to leverage that influence, extend their emotional reach, and even create customers for life.

Yourteam will learn how to:

•     Make the shiftfrom sales pitch to creating a human connection (and why that matters)

•     Create thebalance between credibility and relatability to strengthen relationships

•     Engage theemotional, creative side of the brain to cultivate trust and connectivity

•     Ask questionsthat engage and create true conversation

•     Tell a story thatconnects on common struggles and helps illustrate powerful solutions

•     Master theblueprint for a great story

In today’s world, the right communication skills top the list of the most valuable tools sales and business professionals can cultivate. By mastering the art of storytelling communication your team can connect more. Close more. Retain more. And develop long-term valuable relationships both personally and professionally.

The Power of Influence

Cultivating Change Through Empowered Leadership

INFLUENCE doesn’t happen by chance or circumstance. Not in today’s world. It happens by DESIGN. It takes empowered leaders cultivating leading edge insights and practicing extraordinary people skills. It takes candor and compassion. Strength and strategy. That’s what Business Keynote Speaker Ty Bennett brings to the stage. Ty challenges leaders to shift old mindsets, perceptions, and even skill sets – to take a broad, expansive view of what’s possible. To envision – then design a life and career filled with extraordinary possibility. The kind that has both rock-solid foundation and sky’s-the-limit potential.

Your leaders will learn to …

·      Invite creativity and collaborationwithin their teams

·     Re-engineer relationships to cultivate value, trust, andmutual respect

·     Develop and nurture honest and effective communication

·     Bring care and compassion back into the mainstream

·      Love what they do and inspireothers to do the same

The time to break away from old ways is right here, right now. Ty Bennett can help you truly design a team and a workplace where eagerness replaces apathy. Where teamwork is alive and well and building momentum for your organization. Where INFLUENCE grows within every member of your team, from the corner office to reception and everyone in between.

How to Sell Yourself Without Bragging

Ty Bennett’s new program ‘How To Sell Yourself Without Bragging’ is highly interactive, amazingly insightful and distinctly practical. Your people will be engaged in a process to develop an effective story that will build connections and win them new business.

This program is ideal for salespeople and entrepreneurs. Realtors, Financial Advisors, Insurance Agents, Mortgage Brokers and salespeople from many industries have benefited from Ty’s method on How To Sell Yourself Without Bragging.

Learning Outcomes:

  • How To Promote What You Love Instead of Bashing What You Hate
  • The Three Things That Make You Stand Out From The Competition
  • The Keys To Connection and Engagement
  • How To Identify The Key Story to Sell Yourself Without Bragging
  • The Three-Step Formula to Tell A Winning Story


Partnership Is The New Leadership - Extended Demo
Relationships are the Currency of the People Business
More Concise = More Compelling
How to Tell a Story People will Listen to
People follow People, not Jobs
Lead with Passion
Partnership Is The New Leadership - Extended Demo
Relationships are the Currency of the People Business
More Concise = More Compelling
How to Tell a Story People will Listen to
People follow People, not Jobs
Lead with Passion


About Ty

Ty is the founder of Leadership Inc., a speaking and training company with a mission to empower individuals and organizations to challenge their status quo, cultivate exceptional relationships, and compete in extraordinary ways.  He’s changing lives– one leader at a time. 

•      At 21, Ty and his brother built a direct sales business to over $20 million in annual revenues.

•     He developed a system and organization that would help over 500 leaders fine-tune their sales and leadership skills in over 37 countries.

•     He was featured as one of the Top 40 Under 40.

•     He was dubbed one of the 10 Coolest Entrepreneurs in Utah.

•     He’s the author of three best-selling books.

•     He has traversed the world speaking to tens of thousands of audience members transforming the lives,careers, and business practices of leaders from some of the most recognizable brands in the world such as: Coca-Cola, Subway, Blue Cross Blue Shield andRE/MAX.

•      Ty’s best-selling books –  Partnership is the New LeadershipThePower of Influence: Increase Your Income and Personal Impact and ThePower of Storytelling: The Art of Influential Communication – are used in graduate courses at multiple universities including MIT, as today’s version of “How to Win Friends and Influence People.”

•     He’s one of the youngest speakers ever to receive the CSP Designation from the National Association of Speakers –less than 5% of the world’s speakers earn this honor.

•      He’s a husband and a father and he’s PASSIONATE about helping leaders cultivate the relevance and influence they need to challenge old ways and open new doors.

Top Ten Reasons To Hire Ty Bennett

1.     Authority: Ty’s vast leadership credentials make him a natural choice for companies around the globe seeking leadership expertise. 

2.     Innovation: Asa young, charismatic keynote speaker with fresh insights and new perspective,your audience will find his presentations energetic, compelling, and far from ordinary. 

3.     Value: Attendees walk away with concrete steps they can immediately use to improve their lives and careers.

4.     Agreeability Flexible: Ty is easy to work with and wants to make every step of the process as simple and as smooth as possible.

5.     Entertaining: Ty makes audiences laugh while they learn. With inspired thought, humor, and high relatability– Ty promises to be one of the most entertaining speakers you will ever hire.

6.     Captivating: Ty is a dynamic storyteller who will captivate your audience and influence them to take action and adopt positive, long-term change.

7.     Consistency: Ty consistently receives the top ratings and recommendations from post-event evaluations and meeting planners.

8.     Connectivity:Ty’s message encourages and motivates audiences to connect on new and profound levels which leads to higher productivity, team cohesiveness, and collaboration.

9.     Relevance:  Ty’s content is timely, market-savvy, and up-to-speed in today’s lightning-paced world.

10.  TRUTH GUARANTEE: If Ty does not meet or exceed your expectations, we will refund your money … and that’s the Truth!


Ty was one of the highest rated, if not the highest rated speaker at our conference!


Ty Bennett really delivered! I highly recommend him. He is a true DIFFERENCE MAKER and will help just about any organization. Ty not only described the value of storytelling in an organization, but he shared practical tactics to make us better storytellers. He was very engaging and modelled his storytelling practices into the presentation. He was highly received. Positive comments everywhere. Ty was one of the highest rated, if not the highest rated speaker at our conference!

James Lenz, CUES

The most captivating speaker I have heard in years.


Ty was the most captivating speaker I have heard in years. He is extremely passionate about helping his clients become better story tellers. You could feel his energy and his passion from the front row all the way to the back of the auditorium.

Sean Moore, American National

Best Speaker We Had Ever Hired


The feedback from our audience was extremely positive and we heard consistently that he was the best speaker we had ever hired. In fact, we conducted a survey and our organization voted to have him back again this year!

Gary Turnidge, Subway


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Ty Bennett Introduction

Partnership Is The New Leadership:

When Ty was 21 years old, he and his brother Scott started a business that they built to over $20 million in annual revenue while still in their twenties. Since that time, he has developed over 500 sales managers globally with sales and leadership in 37 countries.

Ty knows from firsthand experience what it takes to lead in today’s world. Drawing on that knowledge from the trenches, Ty will provide us with tangible techniques that will build commitment in your people and increase your impact as a leader. Please help me welcome – Ty Bennett.

Introduction – The Power of Storytelling:

When Ty was 21 years old, he and his brother Scott started a business that they built to over $20 million in annual revenue while still in their twenties. Since that time, he has developed over 500 sales managers globally with sales and leadership in 37 countries.

Ty knows from firsthand experience what it takes to lead and influence others. He has used storytelling to sell, lead and teach people around the world. Today, Ty will share specific techniques that will increase your effectiveness as a communicator and improve your ability to move people to action through The Power of Storytelling.

Please help me welcome – Ty Bennett.

Introduction – The Power of Influence:

When Ty was 21 years old, he and his brother Scott started a business that they built to over $20 million in annual revenue while still in their twenties. Since that time, he has developed over 500 sales managers globally with sales and leadership in 37 countries.

Ty knows from firsthand experience what it takes to lead and influence others. Drawing on that knowledge from the trenches, today he will provide us with tangible techniques that will increase our influence and our impact as leaders (as salespeople).

Please help me welcome – Ty Bennett.

Ty Bennett Technical Requirements

AV items needed for Ty’s presentation:

  • Screen
  • Projector
  • Audio
  • White Board or flip chart with markers (if discussed prior to event)

PLEASE NOTE: Ty uses his OWN Mac Book Pro for his presentation.

  • Please ensure it is either on stage or close enough to Ty to have line of site with his remote.
  • Ty’s multi-media presentation contains embedded video and images so we are not able to provide this presentation in advance.


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Ty Bennett – Leading Millennials

By cmi admin | April 18, 2018

Six Ways To Make People Like You – Ty Bennett

By cmi admin | April 5, 2018

When it comes to books about networking, building relationships and working with people, the undisputed classic is “How To Win Friends and Influence People.” Dale Carnegie wrote the book in 1936 and it has been read by millions of people since. One of the great realizations in the book is that although some people are more extroverted or affable, working with people is a learned skill that anyone can master.
In the second section of the book, Carnegie offers what he calls “Six Ways To Make People Like You.” These are simple suggestions that can make a huge difference in the way you work with people.



#1 – Be Genuinely Interested In Other People.

Studies show that the most frequently said word is “I.” People love to talk about themselves, their lives, their hobbies, their families, their passions, etc. When you interact with people, ask questions and allow them to talk, they will love you for it.

#2 – Smile
A smile is a simple gesture that doesn’t cost money, time, or energy but it can brighten someone’s day; it changes the way you feel and makes you more approachable. Smiling is attractive and contagious. People around you can’t help but smile when they see a big smile on your face.

#3 – Remembering and Using People’s Name
They say that the sweetest and most important sound in language is the sound of your own name. In Jack Welch’s book “Winning,” when asked which restaurant was his favorite, he replied: “The one where they know my name.”
We’ve all been there: when you recognize someone but can’t remember their name. It’s awkward, uncomfortable and embarrassing. We often use the excuse that “I am not good with names,” but if you want to master people, you need to begin to remember names. Develop a system. When you meet someone use their name three times in conversation or write their name down in a notebook with some details about them. Figure out a system that works for you.

#4 Be A Good Listener
As the sage saying goes, we were given one mouth and two ears for a reason. We need to encourage others to talk and then we need to listen to understand what they are saying. Listening is much more than being silent. It is an active process. It involves empathy — the ability to walk in someone’s shoes and understand them without judging or fixing.
Listening is a skill that is developed with practice. As you master it, people will like you more and more.

#5 Talk To People In Terms of Their Interests
People love it when you can relate to their interests. Being knowledgeable on subjects they enjoy and capable of engaging in intelligent conversation about what matters most to them says volumes about your interest in who they are.
That doesn’t mean that you have to be an expert in every category, but being able to talk to people in terms of their interests goes a long way. One way to do this is to study topics of interest before meeting with people. If you know that your business lunch is with a huge baseball fan, then take some time to brush up on your knowledge of the game. This small point may make the biggest difference in how the lunch turns out.
Talking in terms of other people’s interests is another way to put them first and leave a great impression. If you have paid attention to the first five ways to make people like you, you are probably noticing a trend. Each of the points is focused on the other person.

#6 Make People Feel Important

Making people feel important can be done in a myriad of ways. You can give a compliment, remember their birthday or a special occasion, recognize them for their skills and contribution, or give them a gift. The key is to make sure you do it sincerely. Your motives must be pure. This is not about giving to get, it is about giving because you care.
People read through individuals who are fake and only in it for themselves. If you are going to compliment someone, make it sincere. Look at the good in people and point that out.

As a boy scout I was taught to leave a campsite better than I found it. I think the same principle applies to people.
Leave every person better for having met you.

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