BEN RUDRUD is a nationally recognized, award-winning keynote speaker who speaks to over 100,000 students, educators, and business professionals each year. Ben's topics focus on the subjects of positive relationships, helping others, everyone's special purpose, believing in oneself, and understanding what it means to have a POWER OF ONE. Ben tells personal stories filled with practical advice and humor using an animated delivery. He captivates audiences with his messages and leaves people inspired and uplifted with hope!
“Ever go to a presentation and get your socks knocked off? After all these years it’s always a pleasant surprise when I see a presenter that impresses me a lot! If you get a chance to hear him or his message, buy the ticket and get in the front row!”
“Staff members alternated between laughter and tears throughout the inspiring, uplifting, and informative workshop provided by Ben Rudrud. A great many audience members thanked me for bringing to our district such a high quality staff development experience. I have never brought into our district a more effective and powerful presenter as Ben Rudrud of RIPL.”
“Today you presented at our school. As you spoke I could see the words you were saying, touching our student's hearts. The reality of the hardships they face were coming out of your mouth and so many were nodding their heads and acknowledging what you were saying to be true… Thank you for reminding us that kindness is the best gift of all!”
“Your messages are always so genuinely spoken from your heart. Thank you for your work and your encouragement! May this message reach all those who need to be reminded of the great opportunity we have to make a positive difference in the lives we touch.”
Building positive relationships is an essential and a core skill everyone should develop. With a focused approach on how to build positive relationships built on trust, understanding, and care.
Positive school cultures provide a safe, supportive, encouraging, inviting, and challenging environment for students and staff, which in turn allows students' academic achievement to evolve.
Finding your voice is more than just being willing to speak up in uncomfortable situations – it can open doors for you to embrace your unique difference, empower yourself and others.