TOM LISKE

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TOM LISKE

Comedian / Keynote Speaker

Tom Liske has been performing his prairie based musical comedy since 1999 all across Canada. Tom is primarily a corporate comedian specializing in clean adult humour though he can be caught on occasion performing for the Laugh Shop On Tour. Some of the corporations Tom has performed for have been Ducks Unlimited, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Sasktel and Cameco Corp. Tom has two comedy albums to his credit: Tom Liske "Previously Enjoyed" (released 2005) and Tom Liske "Life Of The Party" (released 2016). Tom also has a history of radio segments for the Afternoon Edition on CBC SK with his own brand of prairie humour called "A Saskatchewan Sketch with Tom Liske" which aired every Tuesdayafternoon for approx 3 years. This, in addition to numerous radio commercials for companies across North America. His film and television credits include roles in APTN "Rabbit Fall", PAX-Network's "Body and Soul" and Disney's "Finn On The Fly".

Tom also has had a career in health care management spanning over 33 years (as of 2016) and has expanded his comedy performances into entertaining keynote presentations primarily for health care. Some of his presentations include "Humour in the Workplace", "Healing and Humour" and "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary - a new look at music therapy".

Keynote - "Humour In The Workplace"

Focuses on using humour to strengthen interpersonal relationships within the work environment.

Keynote - "Humour & Healing"

Focuses more on effective use of humour in regards to clients and patients - concludes with my TRUE story of Annie and the Elephant which is to date the funniest thing I have ever lived through!

Keynote - "It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary"

Is a music therapy program that involves a lot of vocals and guitar on my part but inspires the audience to remember the songs that helped shape their lives. I also do a singing demonstration of the new music as it pertains to long term care clients.

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