Founder and President of the Power Training Institute, Bonnie Cox offers bottom-line management and communications training solutions as a corporate facilitator, professional trainer, and executive coach. Bonnie lends over 20 years of experience in management coaching, employment law, training development, and sales management to each workshop and seminar. MVP Seminars Trainer/Speaker: California Sexual Harassment, Communication Skills for Managers, Decision-Making & Problem Solving, How to Give Powerful Presentations, Winning at Office Politics, Writing Legally Defensible Performance Appraisals, and more than a dozen other presentations.
Cecelia Inwentarz is a Brand Marketing Executive and Leadership Consultant with more than 25 years of experience working with Fortune 500 Corporation to develop strategic marketing plans, sales growth strategies, and new business development ventures. Her experience with such companies as IBM, Best Foods, and The Zone Nutrition, and her insights managing category development for such power brands as Hellmann’s, Mazola, and Domino led her to be recognized as one of the most prominent food marketing executives in the state of New Jersey. As an author, speaker, and consultant she is widely known for her perspective on increasing leadership value through positive energy. Cecelia continues to work with senior leaders in various corporations to build high performing teams and profitable business results through energizing their creative focus and collaborative impact.
Dr. Straker is a licensed psychologist, speaker, and workplace strategist for managers, small business owners and human resource personnel. She is also author of the book, “Let Me Stop You Right There and 28 Other Lines Every CEO, Manager, and Supervisor Should Know”. With more than 25 years experience as a mental health and management professional, Dr. Straker serves individuals and organizations who want to establish productive environments for peak performance. She provides workplace solutions and strategies that build a spirit of collaboration, respect and mutual benefit. Having served as a Trainer and Program Coach at Yale University for Emotional Literacy within the Psychology Department, Dr. Straker also serves as a psychologist peer reviewer for the Optum Health/United Health Group. She has served as a consultant to the Office of Special Programs for the City University of New York and recently joined the consultant panel of Management Solutions Consulting Group, Inc. She conducts a psychotherapy and coaching practice in Manhattan, New York.
Robert Elliott is a talented and experienced keynote speaker, communication trainer and motivator. His ability to express difficult concepts in simple language, and his outstanding capacity to work with people at different skill levels, make him a natural to lead a communication course.
Empowering People... ...Improving Business! -- This Keynote speech has many ramifications in the corporate world as Terry analyzes and provides advice through his home spun wisdom. This can be an intense "Wake Up Call" or a lighter, ironical insight into the dynamics involved in systems.
Like you, Tom Crea knows that leadership development is a continuous learning process. An Army officer with more than 20 years of leadership experience, Tom speaks about the importance of aligning organizational culture and individual values so that you move from your zone of excellence to your zone of genius. As a Blackhawk helicopter pilot, Tom interacted with soldiers from Private to 4-star General, giving him the opportunity to work with leaders at every level. His frontline and “in the trenches” experiences enable him to share practical and elegantly simple ways to communicate, build teams, and succeed in today’s competitive workplace.
Tom Roberts is a former broadcast journalist and college professor. He has also worked as a professional actor in film and television and as a voice-over artist.
Tom is author of Escape from Myself: A Manic-Depressive's Journey to Nowhere. Mental illness swept through his family like a Kansas tornado leaving three dead, two by suicide and one as a result of self-medicating with alcohol. He and his sister ignored the fear of stigma unlike their father, brother and sister who let it keep them from getting psychiatric treatment and choosing death instead.