A sought-after keynote speaker, Sari de la Motte has spoken on hundreds of stages across the United States. Sari is a powerhouse speaker who wows audiences from the stage with her humor, insight and brass tacks communication advice. Get ready to be both entertained and intellectually stimulated when you hear Sari speak.
KEYNOTE: From Hostage to Hero: Become the Hero Jurors Need In this keynote, Sari de la Motte, aka the Attorney Whisperer, will show you why jurors aren't the only hostages at trial; you're a hostage too. In order to win the jury over you first have to free yourself. Learn how to become the hero jurors need by moving yourself from hostage to hero. (Available in 45 m - 90 m formats.)
SEMINAR TRAINING: From Hostage to Hero: Captivate the Jury By Setting Them Free In this seminar, you'll learn why jurors feel and act like hostages and what steps you can take to move them from hostage to hero. By increasing your nonverbal intelligence, you'll understand the jury like never before.
How trial threatens a juror's brain
Why hostages make terrible jurors
How to gain a juror's permission
How your role changes as trial progresses
Why nonverbal intelligence is essential for trial attorneys
“Sari was the keynote speaker for our 25th annual state-wide conference. It’s no exaggeration to say that her information, humor and enthusiasm set the tone for our most successful conference ever. She provided tangible, take-home tactics and strategies that our attendees can put to use on a daily basis. I would highly recommend her to anyone who has an interest in making both their personal and professional communications more effective.”
-Sara R. Stevenson, Past President, Oregon Public Risk Managers Association
Sari In Action
“Sari’s workshops and presentations excel in both content and delivery. Sari is an amazing speaker, engaging her audience with interesting and humorous anecdotes that illustrate her points about nonverbal intelligence. She shares information and tools that are absolutely critical to anyone’s professional and personal development. Regardless of your industry or position, understanding and applying nonverbal intelligence will make you more effective; and Sari will take you from being good to being great.”