Corporate Projects

Solving Problems, Adding Value, Implementing Ideas

“You were a great influence on a group that was struggling to make positive changes.”
Cindy Hill, Sales
Procter & Gamble
“In my almost ten years with Procter & Gamble, your seminar was one of the two best training presentations I have attended.”
Procter & Gamble Company
Nancy Beahm, Operations Manager
Procter & Gamble
P&G Commercial Service Products Group Handouts
Procter & Gamble
Commercial Service Products Group
Hotel/Restaurant Division
Beyond the Sidelines: Lessons in Leadership
The Ohio State Leadership Center
“Your enthusiasm is contagious and has sparked us to create a broader vision tor how we can strengthen leaders in Ohio. You expertly guided us through the roadblocks.”

Opening-Day Offsite Activity Design & Presentation

“With over 200 participants, who only meet together once a year, your enthusiastic and engaging approach quickly brought everyone together—interacting with each other and sharing ideas. All of the ideas shared during your session have lived on in our organization thanks to your creative prioritizing methodology.”
J. Michelle Brockman
Senior Medical Science Director
Offsite Team Building: Culture/Values Activity

Bring to life your next annual planning process or strategic planning initiative with Fran Kick’s unique Napkinology™ approach. Engage everyone within your organization utilizing this fun, non-threatening, constructive, and creative brainstorming methodology that brings people and their ideas together to make things better. Proven to work with associations, companies, and nonprofit organizations who want to create a prioritized next-step list of smarter ideas.


Volunteers of America

1-Day Action Team Leader Training

Volunteers of America, the Major League Baseball Players Trust, and the Cincinnati Reds created an Action Team to encourage high school students to get involved in their communities and help those in need. Action Teams, composed of Major League baseball players and area high school students who are selected as Team Captains, work together to deliver an important message to students that volunteering is cool, fun and personally rewarding. Nationwide more than 14,000 high school volunteers have helped over 60,000 people in their communities. Fran Kick was asked to create and deliver the Team Captain Orientation in 2008, Presenting Yourself as a Leader.

Action Team Collaborator Logos


The first Business Professionals of America National Leadership Academy was created for BPA in 2004 as a two-day college/high school student leadership program. In 2005, we added a junior high/middle school student leadership program. The BPA Leadership Academy continued fifteen consecutive years from 2004-2018 as the premier, interactively engaging, cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary leadership learning experience for business education students.


Created as a half-hour after-school special television show, Fran worked as host and served as one of the co-producers. The project involved extensive on-the-street, in-the-schools and at-the-mall interviews as well as in-studio small group discussions. In addition to the show, six discussion starter videos were developed as ten-minute openers for KICKing off small group dialogue on subjects such as: parents, teachers, family, friends, TV and the media.
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The YMCA of Greater Dayton wanted to KICK off their Teens in Action Mentors Matter program with an interactive presentation that would help “plant the seeds” for the entire summer series—for both adult mentors and teens. Adult mentors worked with participating teens ages 12 to 17 years old sharing golf lessons + life lessons once a week all summer long.


The City of Kettering Parks & Recreation Administration in cooperation with the Kettering Youth Council retained Fran to facilitate a Town Hall Meeting. In addition to designing the meeting format and activities, Fran prepared a report to document the process and the ideas collected.
City of Kettering


In 2010, Fran Kick with Cub Scout Pack 148 created “The Patch You Don’t Need For Doing A Good Deed” and shared it in 2011 with the Miami Valley Council’s University of Scouting Keynote “KICK IT IN Scouting!”
Boy Scouts of America


Fran Kick created a series of university campus presentations across the state of Ohio to reach more college students and to build attendance for a statewide conference. In addition, he presented a multi-generational inspiringly interactive keynote at the Optimist International Convention.
Optimist International


The Washington-Centerville Public Library approached Fran to speak at their annual Good Life Award Ceremony and consult in the creation of a full-page newspaper kidsINK activity page. Fran also created a series of classroom activities for teachers to use in conjunction with this writing contest.


Fran Kick was the narrator for the library’s 2011 informational video Your Library: The Key to it All! Two 20-minute versions of the video were created: one for broadcast on television in October of 2011 and one for distribution via YouTube.


Fran Kick created and delivered an 8-year summer series of pre-concert, stadium-sized, leadership, team-building events across the U.S. Presenting 48 programs in 15 different collegiate and NFL stadiums including: Lucas Oil Stadium, the Alamodome, the Georgia Dome, and Detroit’s Ford Field with 500 to 5,000 students attending each program.


Fran Kick produced and coordinated this biannual collaboration with 9 national performing arts associations. Bringing thousands of undergraduate and graduate level college students majoring in music education from over 200+ universities to Indianapolis every August and November from 2009-2023.


Fran Kick

FRAN KICK M.A. Educational Psychology, CSP, is an author, professional speaker, and consulting advisor to various people, organizations, and companies. He helps organizations as well as individuals see things differently so they can solve problems, collaboratively create solutions, and engage more people in the process of “making things happen.”

Fran is easy to work with, flexible, and well prepared. He not only talks leadership and motivation, he walks the talk.

Russ Simon, Senior Policy Associate, New York Association of Training and Employment Professionals, Inc.