2019 LMA Northeast Conference Keynote Speaker James Kane
The LMA Northeast is thrilled to have James Kane as our LMANE19 keynote speaker!
Speaker, Author, Researcher
James Kane is considered the leading researcher and authority on what makes someone truly loyal – to another person, to an organization or to a cause.
As a behavioral scientist and consultant who has helped some of the largest and most well-known organizations in the world, including Apple, Amazon, the Mayo Clinic, Marriott International and Major League Baseball build nearly unbreakable relationships with not only their clients and customers, but with members, fans, volunteers, vendors, sponsors and employees, as well, James reveals the science behind the real human emotion called loyalty, and what anyone can do to receive its beneﬁts.
The author of an upcoming book – The Loyalty Switch – James has worked with every major industry, while advising and training organizations around the world ranging from Global 1000 giants to small, regional companies.
As one of the most quoted and proﬁled authorities on loyalty in the traditional mainstream media, James has been proﬁled in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, the BBC, and numerous other global and industry publications.
He has taught at both Harvard and Penn State University and is a frequent guest on CNN, CNBC and Bloomberg TV, which credits him as being “one of the best experts in the business."
James has spoken to and worked with 150+ law firms around the world. He is also a good friend of the Legal Marketing Association having been the keynote speaker at the 2012 Annual Conference and he has spoken at many other legal industry events since then.
About his LMANE19 Keynote Presentation
James will speak to attendees of the LMA Northeast Conference about how to make anyone loyal to you, your organization or your cause. In this captivating and highly entertaining presentation, James takes his audiences on a journey into the human brain and explains the science behind true loyalty and human relationships.
Building on more than 40 years of research on the subject, James will make the case that human beings have a fundamental need to be loyal and actively seek out the speciﬁc clues from others that tell them when they can and should be. When an organization, as well as an individual, is able to understand and demonstrate those loyalty building behaviors, they can develop relationships that will last a lifetime and result in unwavering and unlimited support.