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11 Speakers found for EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
As a 2005 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Aaron was selected to serve in the United States Marine Corps. While serving as a Logistics Officer, Aaron had the opportunity to travel the world providing tactical and technical leadership in various countries including a combat tour in Iraq. For his exemplary performance of his duties and service to his country he was recognized several times for his individual contributions including the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal.
I’m known as The Common Sense Guy, because I help my coaching and consulting clients succeed by applying their common sense. I’m a career success coach, leadership consultant, motivational speaker, bestselling author and influential blogger. My advice has been featured on CBS, ABC, NBC and CNN and in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, Fortune, Success Magazine and Self Improvement Magazine. You can find my blog updates just below the fold on my homepage. I’m Harvard educated but have a no nonsense approach to my work to goes back to my roots in the steel country of Western Pennsylvania.
Dr. Kelly is an accomplished writer and speaker with more than twenty years experience in human relations, leadership and strategic planning. Dr. Kelly's interests are in developing human potential through career development, leadership training, emotional intelligence, and enhancing services in customer service, board development, and organizational planning.
My passion is to help leaders and emerging leaders develop the four core skills for success in the 21st century. I call it Diamond Formation Leadership – addressing Globalization, Teambuilding, Cultural Sensitivity, and Collaboration!
Specializing in Performance Enhancement, Leadership and Human Asset Management. xx Experienced in Keynote Speaking, business training and Conference Breakout Sessions.
Just out of college, Laurie didn't waste any time starting her career. Her first job was working as a production assistant at Paramount Pictures. It was at Paramount that she got her first agent, which led to her first role in the Elvis Presley movie, "Tickle Me." It was her love of acting and the skills it required that led her to the business world. Laurie Burton Training was born, and as a result she has received international recognition as one of the innovators in redefining the way people present themselves, blending the art of expressive communication with business.
We all love to "use" the words communication skills and support them with words like authentic, empowered, and genuine, but do we live them? I have used them myself. We do a lot of selling with these words, but we tend to overlook are the actual skills that one must possess to be a great communicator. Do you know how you're perceived? What kind of energy do you project? Can you change it in an instant? Are you comfortable in your own skin? Don't laugh, it's at the core of a solid communicator. When you speak are the meaning of the words expressed in your face and body? The ultimate challenge for any great communicator is how to cause people to feel something, to have an experience. A confident, inspired and creative communicator will find success rooted in their ability to express their life force, conveying thoughts, feelings and emotions so that others are moved by them.
Trained in psychology, she has more than 30 years' experience in her field as an acclaimed national speaker, trainer, coach and author. During her tenure at City College of San Francisco, which has arguably the most diverse population of any college in the United States, she rose to the challenge of helping people connect and communicate across differences. Before her early “retirement”, she not only taught psychology, but also provided training for major organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area on leadership, teambuilding, stress management, communication and conflict, and gender issues. During those training sessions, she honed the skills necessary to make sure that all participants were comfortable contributing to the interaction. After retirement, she wrote The Confident Introvert, written to help introverts, who are as much as 51% of the population, thrive in a culture that idealizes extroversion. She then realized that many leaders have no idea how they much they are alienating what she calls the “quietly brilliant” nor how much stress these individuals suffer in a rapidly-paced, outgoing workplace, and she returned to speaking and training to help introverts and extroverts connect and communicate.
Patricia delivers a message of overcoming obstacles, living beyond excuses, and achieving to full potential. Diagnosed with a severe pediatric brain tumor, Patricia Walsh became blind at age five due to complications of surgery. As a teenager she struggled with depression and hopelessness. Today, Patricia is a world champion triathlete and award-winning engineer. When a friend first mentioned triathlons to her in 2009 she immediately signed up for the Ironman — before even owning a bike! In 2011 she set the world record for blind athletes, blowing away previous female and male records by over 80 minutes. Patricia has a degree in computer science and Electrical Engineering becoming one of the first blind engineers at Microsoft. Patricia is the two time National champion for the Olympic distance and recently secured Bronze for the United States in the Short Course World Championship in Beijing, China 2011.Today Patricia aspires to represent her country in the 2012 & 2016 Olympics in both track& Field and triathlon.
Ron Vejrostek, author of Financially Intact, Making Money is Easy, Keeping it is the Hard Part, graduated from the University of Northern Colorado, with a degree in Business Administration, in 1973. In 1980 Ron started preparing taxes as a part time business. Over the years he noticed how much people were being overcharged by the big national firms and many times CPA firms and they still weren’t being taught how to lower their tax burdens. In essence they were losing money two ways, and this became Ron’s passion to help people keep their money in their own pockets.