JOZE PIRANIAN IS A TRANSFORMATIONAL Speaker and COMEDIAN WHO TALKS ABOUT OVERCOMING FEARS, OPTIMIZING POTENTIAL AND DIVERSITY/INCLUSION at ORGANIZATIONS, CONFERENCES, UNIVERSITIES and SCHOOLS in English, French & Spanish (VIRTUAL KEYNOtes are available)
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After spending most of his life avoiding speaking due to a debilitating stutter, Joze Piranian is now a TEDx speaker, the recipient of the Inspirational Speaker of the year award in 2017 and a stand-up comedian who has performed in the US, Canada and the UK in English, French and Spanish. Two of his talks went viral online this year; they were viewed by more than three million people worldwide.
When delivering his transformational keynotes at conferences and organizations, Joze shares his tale of overcoming adversity to motivate others to face their fears, overcome their obstacles and skyrocket their true potential in both their professional and personal lives. Joze holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Psychology from McGill University and a Master of International Business from Queen’s University.
He is passionate about travelling and foreign languages – he stutters in six of them!
The take away from all of Joze’s keynotes is an increased sensitivity and empathy towards people who face challenges different to their own leading to improved communication, relationships and performance at work, school and in their personal life. A more nuanced understanding to build more effective Diversity & Inclusion workplace and school initiatives that focus equally on improving the environment while also empowering the individual to act in spite of fear and empowering individuals to face their own obstacles, fears, and insecurities and unlock their true potential
“I heard Joze speak in Los Angeles, where he addressed a group of senior executives in the Media & Entertainment industry, and has all of us utterly captivated. To say we were inspired and moved by your keynote address would be an understatement. Anyone who hears him can't help but be moved by his courage and fearlessness.”