Presentations by Steve Kaye

Brief Story

A turning point occurred in 1973.

I had just conducted a safety program. And while walking back to my office with a colleague, I wondered if my presentation was it as bad as it felt.

He confirmed my suspicions, “Son, you need help. And I know where you can find it.” That led to joining Toastmasters.

In 1975 I was honored by being recognized as the Toastmaster of the Year for the Martinsville, VA, club.

In 1992, I left my job as a research engineer to start a professional speaking business. Here, I showed people how to create success by being effective leaders.

In 2002, the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Speaker’s Association recognized me as their Member of the Year.

Then in 2011, that business went to the birds, both figuratively and literally.

Now I give presentations about birds and photography to inspire respect for nature.

Presentations by Steve Kaye

Meet the Birds – How to make a difference

Bird Photography – How to take photos of birds.

Catch Me If You Can – How to take photos of Hummingbirds.

Beyond the Camera – Gain advanced concepts that help you create a photo legacy you admire. ( Based on my book, Mindful Photography )

Make a Photo Book – How to make a self-published book of your photos

What Birds Want to Tell Us – What we can do to help and protect birds. ( Based on my book, What Birds Want to Tell Us )

If you’d like something different . . .

Call me, 714-528-1300

Every success begins with a conversation.

I give virtual presentations using Zoom or similar services. And I may be available for an in-person presentation.

Steve Kaye, speaking at the Disneyland Hotel, in presentations

Steve Kaye, speaking at the Disneyland Hotel, July 1996

See Related Info at:

Meeting Planners, Hello and Welcome  – What Clients Can Expect

Teamwork  – How We Work Together to Create Success for Both

List of Clients  – Who Has Worked With Me

Testimonials  – What People Had to Say

The Other Side of the Speaking Business – 12 Challenges and How I Resolved Them