* This specific fee falls within this range. Ranges are presented as a guideline only. Speaker fees are subject to change without notice. For an exact quote, please contact your Keppler Speakers representative.
While the ancient world had Socrates, for new millennium problem-solving, we have Tom Morris, one of the most pioneering public philosophers of our time. Morris brings the wisdom of the greatest philosophers of the ages to bear on the challenges of today, helping audiences to live and work better and smarter.
For fifteen years, Morris was a professor of philosophy at the University of Notre Dame where at one time his teachings became so in demand, as much as an eighth of the student body was enrolled in his classes. He is now chairman of the Morris Institute for Human Values and prolific author of twenty books, including the best-selling "If Aristotle Ran General Motors", "The Art of Achievement", and "If Harry Potter Ran General Electric." One of his latest books is "Twisdom (Twitter Wisdom)," the first book to capture the pithy daily wisdom that arises out the Twitter.
Morris is a frequently sought after business speaker for his insights on current events in context to the lessons of philosophy. He has been featured by such diverse news outlets as CNN, NBC, CNBC, NPR, The New York Times, Fast Company, USA Today, Newsweek, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and The Economist. He also blogs regularly at The Huffington Post where he philosophizes about life and business issues.
Morris's electrifying presentations provide audiences with new ideas, angles, and realizations that they can use to enlarge their thinking, solve modern problems, and achieve true personal and professional success and fulfillment.
Books & Movies
Interested in placing an order for books or videos by this speaker for your event? Please contact us for more information or to process your order.
Tell us a little about your event and our team of experienced sales agents will get back to you with a customized list of speaker recommendations available for in-person and virtual speaking engagements.
NOTE: We cannot process requests for media interviews, podcasts or other non-speech related inquiries of a personal nature.