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After Dinner Speaker | Entertainment | Humor | Motivation | Personal Development
Ron Lee plays the role of Dr. Takashi Kinoshita, a Japanese industrial giant, who is the central character in a motivational comedy presentation designed and written specifically for any organization.
Delivering an inspirational, experiential and interactive speech, Ron Lee, acting as the Ninja, engages members of the audience to demonstrate the ways in which martial arts techniques can assist individuals and companies in attaining personal and corporate goals.
The Ninja's main function is to entertain and motivate his audience before the stage is given to Ron Lee's second alter ego, Wayne Farrel, a fitter and turner from Queensland, Australia. As well as these highly amusing and brilliantly executed hoaxes, Ron Lee uses his humor workshops to bring out the humor within us all.
The philosophies of The Corporate Ninja come from the ancient writings of Chinese military general Sun Tzu (The Art of War) and from Miyamoto Musashi, an undefeated 17th century samurai who wrote about success, lifestyle, self-motivation and achievement (A Book of Five Rings.)
After making an announcement that shocks those present, Dr. Takashi Kinoshita conducts question time in which the answers are both outrageous and credible. At an appropriate moment Dr. Takashi Kinoshita reverts to Ron Lee, who gives a humorous and comprehensive debrief of the exercises and how they relate to the company message.
The Ninja is performed at conferences, seminars, product launches, and conventions, and of course, all presentations include the "board" and the "arrow." The Ninja character can pinpoint any corporate power message to focus on such specifics as sales, leadership, change, teams, and empowerment, emphasizing the solution rather than the problem, and raising levels of self-expectation. The value-added is martial arts based inspiration that can be used immediately in both businesses and personal lives.