“Todd is one of the most outstanding speakers I have had the pleasure of hosting and would highly recommend him for any speaking event.”

Leslie Young, Event Organizer
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

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“We were successful with our ERP replacement initiative due, in part, to your presentations on running successful projects. In particular, the presentation Cover Oregon, What Would You Do? opened my eyes to create an atmosphere of accountability, need to continually define and adjust for achievable scope, and manage the team to a “forced march” toward completion with a focus on “what can be done” and not trying to do everything. Thank you.”
Russell Boedeker, CFO, Bookbyte.com
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"My favorite speaker of all time! ... You made the audience feel engaged and important. People’s faces lit up when they could share their knowledge and experience."
Raynette Yoshida
Institute of Management Accountants

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"I've been following Todd for years. It will be good to see him again. ... Being an entrepreneur, like Todd, I am constantly in search for new work opportunities and I believe he can give me a few pointers."
Charlene Draine
Attendee and Event Organizer
SeaDrain, L3C

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"Mr. Williams obviously knows how to make projects successful, the art of capturing the audience, and the needs of a meeting planner. What else do you need?"
Lisa Harper, Event Organizer
Premier Event Management

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Internationally Recognized

The eCameron team is internationally recognized and routinely called upon as thought-leaders by companies and organizations to help execute initiatives successfully. Its team has completed workshops in North America, United Kingdom, and EMEA and book more every daily.

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Presentations and workshops for your organization

The eCameron team can help your company or organization draw attendance, involvement, and money through interactive keynotes, educational track sessions, and fun workshops. Whether you are attracting executives, finance, information technology, or project managers, we have a topic that will excite them.

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“The content and organization for this presentation were outstanding. I especially enjoyed the observations and solutions that Mr. Williams drew from his professional experiences.”

Patricia Myers, Attendee
Senior Instructional Designer & Project Lead
Oak Grove Technologies

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“He had our attendees engaged and discussing the topic. We were all part of the presentation. It was very refreshing to have a presenter that is animated, knowledgeable and involves the audience.”

Kate Milani, VP Programs
PMI Northeastern Wisconsin

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Extreme Leadership: A Matter of Life and Death

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Leadership is a journey. Events in our personal and professional lives shape us as leaders. In a heartbeat, how we lead and its impact can change our lives, those of our loved ones, and the people around us. The most trying of these events come in our personal lives. Personal events, such as serious illness or death of a loved one, are high-stress, emotional situations where we must be leaders with little or no authority. A skill that is also indispensable in the office, for instance, when working for a difficult boss, being fired, or any number of other circumstances where we have little or no control. These “leadership passages” shape us as leaders. Understanding how these situations affect our leadership strategies, traits, and actions that make up our leadership style, helps us overcome seemly insurmountable challenges.

Leadership can save your business or save your life

Mr. Williams uses personal challenges to help the audience learn:  

  • How different leadership styles are applied to achieve results
  • The importance of situational leadership
  • That getting through seemingly insurmountable situations requires creating a plan, building a team, and maintaining a can-do attitude
  • How difficult situations shape and strengthen us as leaders

Many people leave their professional skills behind when they leave the office. However, in this keynote, the combination of high emotions, deeply personal situations, and rapid adjustment of leadership style take your audience down the path to a new appreciation of the importance of their vocation in their lives.


  • We can be leaders in situations where we have no authority
  • We do not get through seemingly insurmountable situations without creating a plan, building a team, and a can-do attitude
  • Our leadership style needs to change based on the situation
  • Difficult situations shape and strengthen us as leaders

Customize to Your Theme

Extreme Leadership is a multifaceted motivational keynote fully customizable to your event. It highlights the following aspects of leadership:

  • It is a journey
  • It is dynamic. Every situation needs a different approach
  • It does not need authority. It is not a title. It is something you earn
  • Leaders have positive attitudes regardless of the situation
  • It has core technical traits that, as individuals, we develop. While traits based on our personalities and are much harder to change
  • There are leadership passages that we go through that define who we are as leaders. These may be work-based—a new job, stretch goal assignments, being fried, etc.—or personal—severe illness, death of a loved one, etc.. These passages are learning events. How we handle them determines what type of leader we become

A full one-hour video of the presentation is available on request that is customized for PMI Northern Utah's 750 attendees in the following way:

  • The audience is all project managers
  • The event organizer, Liz Price, had a theme of STEAM (Stories That Enliven and Motivate) needed a central message to inspire people on the longest day of their three-day event.

Common Questions from Event Organizers

Below are four videos that address event organizer's three most commonly asked questions--How you audience benefits, why people like to hear Mr. Williams, and who is the intended audience.  

A video that answers all three questions

This video answers all three common questions of even organizers and includes examples of Todd giving the presentation. (20 minutes)

Why do people want to hear Mr. Williams?

(Six minutes) This is included in the first video.

What is the keynote's message?

(11 minutes) This is included in the first video.

Who is the target audience?

(4 minutes) This is included in the first video.

Event organizers can request to see the entire presentation video upon request.

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