Mr. Keith Arachikavitz is owner of Impact Training & Development, LLC serving as a consulting business including custom-designed programs focusing on dignity and respect, diversity and inclusion, leadership development coaching/mentoring, conflict resolution, and team building training.
- Conflict Resolution
- Gender Issues
- Generation Issues
$3000 - $4000
Impactful Workplace Speaker
Keith Arachikavitz (a.k.a. Arch) is owner of a multifaceted organizational effectiveness company specializing in improving organizations from the inside out.
He is a firm believer that people spend more time at work than they do at home, and as such should create and expect a workplace that is enjoyable and productive.
Keith’s presentations center around Dignity & Respect and the Effects of Workplace Bullying, Leveraging Existing Diversity in Organizations, The Impacts of Prejudice & Stereotyping, Effective Communication, Conflict Management & Resolution, Leadership & Management Development, Gender Differences, Generational Differences, and the Difference Between Mentoring, Coaching and Counseling to name a few.
For the past seven years he has been working heavily with the Federal Government and United States Military struggling with issues surrounding Sexual Assault, Hazing, and creating Bully-Free and Respectful Workplaces. Keith is especially known for his frank and humorous presentation style making it comfortable to discuss sensitive workplace issues. He likes to call his style…Edu-Train-Ment.
He comes to you with a Bachelor in Psychology, Masters in Human Resources, and two years Doctoral studies in Organizational Psychology.
Keith’s experience as a retired military leader, an Instructor at the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, Corporate work with Lockheed Martin Corp., Father of four daughters, and Motivational Speaker for Monster.com, coupled with his ability to expertly story tell using real life examples, make him not only inspirational, but highly sought after.
Recently Keith has brought his message all across the United States, Hawaii, Asia, Europe, and Puerto Rico.
Dignity and Respect Effects of Workplace Bullying
Diversity and Inclusion
Understanding Management Styles
Gender and Generational Differences Impact in the Workplace