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Who is this Guy?
Tyler Hayden has been a full-time professional inspirational speaker and innovative team builder since 1996. His business is personal development and non-traditional team-building programs. Tyler’s clients include some of the world’s largest corporations and associations. Groups such as the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO), Project Management Institute (PMI), Bell, Michelin, G+D and Honeywell have all benefited from Tyler’s programs.
Tyler is a keynoter, team builder, and author. He has developed program solutions across industries in leadership, structured mentoring, team building, staff motivation, personal development, and quality improvement.
Tyler is the author of over 29 books, plus audio CDs, educational programs, interactive CD-ROMs, board games, card games, apps, and full-length DVDs. His training materials have been sold worldwide, and he has delivered several thousand high-energy keynotes and train-the-trainer programs internationally.
As a keynoter Tyler has spoken to groups ranging in number from 20 to 8,000. He delivers a professional presentation that ensures that the message is designed with the audience’s learning in mind. Tyler’s electric energy on stage is second to none–in fact some say he is our planet’s answer to alternative energy.
Working with Tyler as a team builder and keynoter is fun. Whether he brings his 9-hole mini golf course, paints and canvas, or remote control cars, his bag of tricks always delivers a great time! Tyler’s team events are high energy and information packed. Tyler works diligently beforehand along-side your team leads to ensure the delivery of consistent and powerful messages that resonate with your team.
Finally, a description of Tyler would not be complete without a word about his greatest source of affluence: family. Tyler is a proud father of Tait and Breton, his beautiful, intelligent and accomplished daughters. Tyler looks forward to building a loving family and continuing to make a difference in his quiet seaside community of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, where he operated the only in town farm and sat as an elected councillor on Municipal Government.