6 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Leadership / professional development,
Community / team building,
Health / lifestyle,
Empowerment / positivity,
School (bullying, drug prevention, etc.)
Robert Tudisco was guest speaker at CADDAC’s "ADHD: Adolescence through Adulthood” workshop in Toronto [8April 2018]. What I valued most about Robert’s presentation was his presence and his ability to connect with his audience. His use of humor makes him an effective ‘story-teller’. Robert has extensive knowledge about ADHD, stemming not only from having ADHD, he has also dedicated his practice as a lawyer to advocating for change in public and social policy. He understands and provides clarity on how ADHD impacts young people and why it is so necessary to provide structure and scaffolding during their transition years to adulthood. Submitted by Donnalea Barber, Life, and ADHD CoachApr 16, 2018
I heard Robert Speak in Toronto, His presentation was very informative, he is very lively and interactive. His powerpoint was relevant to his discussion and he was very engaging. It finished with me wanting more.Apr 12, 2018
Robert provided all the necessary documents prior to the workshop as required, which is very important when advertising an event and his presentations were on the topics promised. His presentation style was engaging and kept the audience's interest, which can be difficult when addressing adults with ADHD.Apr 12, 2018
Robert is extremely considerate, attentive and resourceful. His experience and wisdom are evident as well as his passion in his service to others!Apr 11, 2018
Rob has so much passion, energy & knowledge in his efforts that he immediately captures your attention, either as a collaborator or as one in the audience listening to learn!Mar 31, 2018
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The cost of a presentation can vary depending on a number of factors and can range anywhere from $750 for a basic presentation, up to $2,500 for extended workshops. I prefer to learn more about the event and provide a proposal, and offer options based on the length or number of presentations, the amount of preparation I need to do and also the travel time. I firmly believe that the message and the audience are more important then my fee. I try to be as flexible as I can and work within budgets, especially for presentations involving parents and students. I want to work with you if I can and make an impact at your event.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I like to get an idea about the audience i will be addressing and the theme of the presentation, and/or event. I typically provide a list of the topics I've presented on in the past. From that baseline, I am always happy to work with the client in combining topics, or creating something specifically to address their needs and accomplish their goals.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been an attorney and litigator for 28 years. Even before my active trial work, I have always been an active public speaker, in college and law school. In addition to that base, I have worked extensively in the disability community, regularly speaking at conferences throughout the US and Canada. I also regularly teach advocacy workshops to parents and continuing legal education classes to other attorneys and judges. But most of all, I enjoy speaking at high schools and colleges around the country to connect with, and motivate students. Putting all of that aside, each presentation truly is a learning experience for me and for my audience. The best part about this type of work is that every day is an education.