Do you need an engaging speaker for your business or corporate events who would make transcendent truths attractive and unforgettable?
Do you need a dynamic presenter to help with your leadership development that will energize your team toward more productivity, more meaning and more fulfillment in your business and life?
Khaldoun is a sought after speaker engages audiences with the great truths of the world of ideas in cutting edge ways.
If you are looking for dry, academic balderdash Dr. Khaldoun Sweis is clearly NOT the speaker for you. If, however, you are looking for someone to make philosophy fun, accessible and relevant, he’s your man. He is both erudite and entertaining, a confident and congenial speaker who understands that, far from being the dusty domain of scholars, philosophy is at the heart of the matter of every day living. A true “lover of wisdom,” he is equally at ease in discussing Plato or pop-culture, finding ways to connect Sartre and Superman and serving up observations that not only cut through the malarkey of modernity, but challenge and enlighten the mind, while nourishing the soul. We were privileged to have him speak on a panel about the moral themes in the hit Netflix series Daredevil — philosophy never sounded so cool.
David DiCerto Director of Film, TV & Mission Outreach Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center For Thought & Culture, NYC
Khaldoun won Distinguished Faculty award of the year in 2013 and has spoken both nationally and abroad in such places as Hong Kong, Romania, Australia and England.
Below is a sample of topics for your corporation or business.
- Pandemic: How to inspire people toward success and purpose
- Persuasion: Effective and Persuasive Strategies to WOW
- The Four Pillars of Greatness: Discover the major principles to walking in prominence
You can reach Khaldoun at Khaldoun@logicallyfaithful.com or 773-291-6510
“… very accomplished speaker who has the ability to have audiences think critically and open-minded about many issues, and perhaps even at times re-examine their own thought processes and beliefs. …You are definitely one of our most precious gifts! —Dr. Vera Averyhart-Fullard, Ph.D., Dean, STEM Center for Teaching & Learning