Decades before sexual harassment cases were on the cover of every major media publication, Mike Domitrz was being brought in by leading educational institutions and the U.S. military to help them pursue a new standard of consent and respect. With Mike being the author of 3 books and an award-winning DVD, you get one of the world’s leading influencers and thought-leaders on the topic of respect.
You may have seen Mike on NBC Dateline as a featured subject matter expert or being quoted in international news publications. He is continuously being sought out for his proven track record of helping people shift their paradigm on respect.
In 2002, Mike founded The Date Safe Project which conducts trainings for tens of thousands each year. Today, small and large companies and associations are turning to Mike Domitrz to have him help them do what he has done for universities and the US Military: Create a culture of respect throughout their organization.
Mike’s extensive experience and incredible talent as a speaker enables him to connect with audiences of all ages in honest, unique conversations that are always built on creating positive behavioral change for each individual and the organization as a whole. Imagine teaching 15-year-olds about “asking first” and then later that same day talking with admirals and generals about creating mutually amazing relationships. You know Mike will be able to connect with each person in your audience.
Through an open, honest, fun, and crucial discussion, Mike Domitrz taught us how to think more carefully about our words and actions while creating an inclusive environment for all. Mike Domitrz was the perfect expert to provide us the 'Why' and 'How To' for Creating a Culture of Respect.Miriam FogelManager, Visiting Faculty, Alumni & Fellow Services
New World Symphony
Internationally renowned speaker and critically-acclaimed author Mike Domitrz provides specific how-to skills so each person at all levels of an organization can implement immediately for building a culture of respect. His preparation and mastery of the material has earned him the credibility and trust within Special Operations across the Department of Defense.Mike KontioFormer Joint Special Operations Command
U.S. Army Master Sergeant (Ret OR-8)
Thinking about the words we chose and how we communicate is key in creating a supportive, cohesive, and respectful organization. Culture of Respect opened everyone’s eyes to the ways we might be unintentionally offensive. The program was engaging, thought provoking, and well paced. Everyone was shocked how fast the time had passed! We look forward to having Mike back next year.Humberto OrtegaAssistant VP, Accounting & Human Resources
New World Symphony
Mike is unique in his ability able to explore sensitive topics with anyChuck MarksFormer U.S. Fleet Forces Command
group to include senior leadership, helping all build a better
understanding of what is needed to create a positive, diverse and
balanced work force.
Captain in US Navy (Ret)
When it comes to helping us build a culture of respect, Mike Domitrz is our go-to expert. The New World Symphony recently welcomed Mike Domitrz back for a third time. Mike’s seminars have become an integral part of our program each year. His friendly, conversational, and interactive style is very effective and his messaging resonates and stays with people for a long time afterwards.David J. PhillipsExecutive VP & CFO
New World Symphony
I am so profoundly thankful that I was afforded the opportunityShannonU.S. Army National Guard
to learn from and work with you & your team. You are the
change we need in this world, in this society, in this culture. The
work you do is unparalleled, honestly.