Give your audience the opportunity to be inspired by Gen. Russel Honoré’s no-nonsense, decisive approach to leadership, vision and resiliency.

Having led 500,000 troops as Commander, US First Army, Gen. Honoré most famously served as Commander of Joint Task Force Katrina. Candid and colorful as a keynote speaker, Honoré helps audiences cut through rhetoric, mission statements, and silos to solve the problems business gets paid to solve. “Don’t get stuck on stupid,” he challenges audiences in the age of the new normal — an environment where change and unpredictability are constants and resilience is mandatory.  Gen. Honoré expertly connects his 3+ decades of military leadership into strategies for transforming individuals into leaders and helping organizations effectively prepare, react, rebound and move business forward.

General Honoré, a dynamic and captivating speaker delivers a powerful message:
“creating a culture that lives preparedness.”

Spanning a 37-year Army career, General Honoré has commanded teams through some of America’s most difficult challenges, and brings these lessons learned to deliver a most important message: See First, Understand First, Act First: Leadership and Preparedness in the 21st Century.

There will always be disasters; why wait until the disaster hits and then respond. That’s dealing with problems on the right side of the disaster. Let’s start dealing with the left side of the disaster, before it happens.

“A Culture of Preparedness”






december, 2016

3dec6:00 pm- 6:00 pmRussellville School District’s Center for the Arts