John Scalici is an award winning teaching artist, author, internationally recognized facilitator, musician, and a member of the John C. Maxwell Team of certified speakers, coaches, and trainers. His Rhythm of Leadership® and Unity Through Rhythm® programs are in high demand and highly regarded at leading corporations, college campuses, elementary, middle and high schools across the U.S. and in Japan. No matter the size of the audience, Mr. Scalici’s speaking style is engaging, powerful, and upbeat!
With everyone in the audience participating in the interactive rhythm making experience, it is no wonder that participants leave Inspired, Motivated and Empowered to reach their full human potential through the universal language of rhythm.
As an accomplished musician, Mr. Scalici has toured the U.S. with two bands, Gravy, and junkyardmen. He has toured with blues and rock legends Buddy Guy and Gov’t Mule and opened shows for many others including the Allman Brothers and Widespread Panic. He has released three solo cd’s: RhythmMusic, Rhythms for Movement and Drumming, and Rhythmic Fun for Everyone.
His passion, however, lies in empowering others through rhythm.
Weaving powerful metaphors of leadership and team dynamics from John Maxwell’s 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership and the 17 Indisputable Laws of Team Work, Mr. Scalici is a favorite with the corporate, non-profit, sports, and education world. He is a master of taking the goals and objectives of his audience and creating a unique presentation which will inspire action long after the participants leave.
A strong advocate for the arts in education, he is the recipient of the 2010 “Making a Difference” award by the Alabama Alliance for Arts Education. He has written a new book called Learn In Rhythm, which is contains rhythm-infused lesson plans to teach core curriculum subjects for elementary and middle school.
Print and television media featuring John Scalici’s work include: Making Music Magazine, DRUM! Magazine, Executive Traveler Magazine, The Hallmark Channel, Southeastern Performer Magazine, Society for Arts in Healthcare, Campus Recovery Magazine.
For more information on John’s:
- Corporate Team Building Programs
- Leadership Activities for College Students
- Community Drum Circle Programs
- Team Building Workshops
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