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From the moment Tim arrived, he had an unparalleled enthusiasm to work with our community. His exuberant personality generated an environment that encouraged lively participation and Tim’s capability to relay his experience created lasting change.

Brandon Younkin, East Stroudsburg University


Tim immediately connected to our fraternity men through his interactive approach. He provided a realistic lens of the present community, engaging the audience to be the change. Tim was relatable to audience members and our students appreciated his passion.

Kendall Niccum, Rutgers University


Hearing Tim speak is absolutely inspiring! I’ve never heard a speaker whose message is so relatable to such a wide range of students. He speaks with a profound level of authenticity and passion, and is sincerely interested in the success of the individuals he works with. Even after months have passed, his message is one that student’s will remember and utilize.

Bailey Hamm, Florida Atlantic University




Tattooing Your Leadership Legacy

What are the similarities between tattoos and leadership? As a permanent expression of the self, a good tattoo has significance and is accomplished as a work of art. As guides to the future, students are taught leadership practices that help them create organizational legacies centered on improvement.

While every legacy should be just as meaningful as any tattoo, too often students are leaving their organizations with short-term accomplishments that disappear as quickly as a temporary tattoo. Even worse, students are leaving behind ugly scars that their organizations may later regret. 


In this creative keynote, Tim uses humorous, insightful stories about his own body art to dare students to stop looking at leadership as a practice and instead, address it as an art form. He will push students to consider the legacy they want to leave their organization and how to create a beautiful future while avoiding the development of ugly, potentially permanent marks. By discussing the idea of acting with a bold vision to move beyond the status quo, Tim will prepare students to ditch leadership labels and become their most authentic self. By learning to embrace their own strengths, passions and flaws, students will realize the authentic power behind being their own unique leader.

Less Leaders, More Innovators: Cultivating a Culture of Innovation

For decades, student organizations, fraternity and sorority chapters, and athletics teams have been facing the same exact problems with little movement. The same conversations keep happening year after year while the same issues are simply infecting new groups of people. We all know the problems exist. We don’t need to be told what is wrong—what we need is innovative thinking.

Let’s move beyond the buzzwords of leadership and instead, look at how we can cultivate innovators, risk takers and inventors. It is time for a cultural change in how our members are approaching issues. It’s time for a revolution.

Tim’s dynamic keynote, Less Leaders, More Innovators: Cultivating a Culture of Innovation, realistically addresses the issues facing our college communities. Working to meet students where they are, he breaks through the conventional norms of leadership to help students understand what it means to be innovative and how to succeed in taking organizational risks. Tim empowers students by providing them the knowledge of how to take risks, what innovation looks like in practice, and how to change the issues that have lingered for years. This keynote is specifically designed to not only engage the top performing members of each organization, chapter or team, but to help every participant discover their inner artist, rebel, adventurer and explorer.

Rewiring Your Organization’s Networks

How are social media networks similar to addictions? Why are people at the same table more interested in their apps than the person sitting across from them? What are the more profound social implications of the constantly changing state of social media? As members of the millennial generation, it is time to address these questions while determining significant methods to reconnect our members to their organizations in a constantly evolving world.

The virtual landscape is regularly redefining what it means to be a member of an organization. Students are continuously being warned by other generations to be cautious of their social media use. However, the real issue is the damage these tools can cause beyond simply affecting our reputations and instead how technology is reshaping what it means for us to experience our lives. Social media and technology are here to stay, but how we use them, as organizations will determine the greater impact they have on our communities.

In this session, Tim will work to help students understand the addictive nature of social media, the implications it has for relationships and empower them to properly use these tools. The positive power of technology will be addressed through the possibilities of networking for growth. Connecting social media to greater themes of service, Tim will guide students in how to properly use their technological presence to be part of a global community. In this session built for the 21st century, Tim won’t shy away from social media and instead, will teach students how to embrace it in a healthy manner, how to control it and ultimately, how to use it to create a thriving campus system of interconnected organizations.

Students will be motivated to address their online habits, to reexamine their self-image, and to face community issues of media that are sweeping the nation. This session is great for any undergraduate community experiencing growth, struggling with establishing a media presence or seeking to better connect to the greater community.

Tim's Bio

Tim Mousseau received a Masters degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga in 2013, but is a Lobo at heart, having graduated from University of New Mexico in 2011.  For the past few years, he has spent time researching how innovation relates to leadership and the need for service in creativity. In the past he has worked for his fraternity, Sigma Chi, as well as spending time working with close to 175 campuses through the NIC.  Having grown up an Air Force kid, he has never lived anywhere longer than four years. Throughout his travels, Tim began to study the arts and in his spare time is a painter, having designed all 11 of his tattoos.


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