August 19, 2019
Effective communication and productive interpersonal relationships are key factors to achieving success and self-mastery in life.
As an International Speaker, Leadership Educator, I have spoken to audiences as large as 500 people. I have hosted workshops in Canada, Haiti and Cameroon to both public governments and nonprofit organizations.
My passion and purpose in life is to empower individuals to be confident leaders and effectively reach their full leadership potential. As a result of working with me, clients achieve greater positive impact and the best return on investment not only for themselves but also the organization for which they work. We live in an era where success is too often defined by material things. Instead, I aim to highlight the quantitative and qualitative value of effective interpersonal skills, confidence, effective leadership and relationship management on both the bottom line and the individual’s quality of life.
When you have the opportunity hear me speak, not only will you feel empowered, entertained and inspired but also well-equipped with the tools and structure which generate greater results and higher motivation to take on any challenges in both personal or professional life.
August 16, 2019
Steven is a global business adviser, political consultant, best-selling author. He’s the Principal of S2K2 Precision Management with a proven track record transforming businesses. Steven specializes in advising clients on the best ways to leverage the assets they already have -- their strategic influence -- create more opportunities to generate revenue. His clients span all industries and continents and include the EU Parliament, German political parties, celebrities, and entrepreneurs.
August 14, 2019
Host of upcoming Podcast It’s Never Too Late
Bestselling Author of The Joy of Later Motherhood
Certified Mental Strength Trainer
A lot of Bettina's work centers around overcoming ageism (the one that's coming from the outside and the one that we do to ourselves) and how to pursue a dream even if we think we're getting too old to do it. We could take our conversation into many directions, like chronological age versus biological age. Since the summit, I took a blood test to test the length of my telomeres and find out my biological age. Turns out, my body is 6 years younger than my chronological age, even after the cancer journey, I had last year!
To learn more about Bettina and her journey, visit https://www.bettinagordon.com/about-bettina-gordon-wayne
August 12, 2019
John is the co-founder of Email on Acid - a dynamic email workflow with the primary mission and focus of simplifying the complex task of email marketing. Email marketing itself is a daunting task to many and, under John’s watchful eye, Email on Acid is continuously working to make sure consumers have the confidence to hit “send” each and every time. As an engaging speaker, he has given successful keynotes and presentations at conferences across the country. Plus, he’s extremely tuned-in to his employees and what’s next for Email on Acid and the marketing industry in general.
John is also extremely passionate about making sure users and consumers with disabilities have the same access and extraordinary email experiences as others. He’s making sure that accessibility and ADA compliance is at the forefront of email’s future.
August 11, 2019
Laura Steward, often referred to as the Queen of Questions, is a Master Strategist, an International Speaker, and an Award Winning and International Bestselling Author. She specializes in educating and inspiring entrepreneurs to gain mastery of themselves and unlock their hidden gold.
Through interviews with entrepreneurs, business and health experts and her own experience running a multi-state technology services company she founded and eventually sold, business strategist, speaker, radio host and award winning international bestselling author Laura Steward will guide you to asking better questions for your business and life all with actionable advice and a few laughs along the way.
August 9, 2019
Your organization’s culture: It’s either an asset or a liability. At this very moment, your culture is helping business performance. Or hurting it.
FIVE FREQUENCIES (Logos Institute; June 26, 2019; Hardcover) demystifies culture, with proven and practical tools for leaders. Written by Jeff Grimshaw, Tanya Mann, Lynne Viscio, and Jennifer Landis of leadership consultancy MGStrategy https://mgstrat.com/
Five Frequencies answers one of the most critical questions facing leaders and organizations today: How do you turn into a sustainable source of competitive advantage? Based on 20 years of research, the answer couldn’t be clearer: Intentionally or unintentionally, leaders create culture through the signals they broadcast on Five Frequencies: 1. Their decisions and actions - It’s about showing more than telling, role modeling what you want to see more of, and operating “long-term greedy.” 2. What they reward and recognize - You always get more of what you reward and recognize. The authors reveal what behavioral economists say about making rewards and recognition truly motivating. 3. What they tolerate (or don’t) - Leaders and cultures are ultimately defined by what they do and don’t tolerate...even when it’s unpleasant. 4. How they show up informally - You must build trust and affiliation to make it easier to confront and solve problems—without egos getting in the way. 5. Their formal communications - Sometimes leaders think they can shape a strong culture simply with a robust formal communication program - that doesn’t work. But you can use formal communication to amplify your signals on the other frequencies—and the authors show you how. In Five Frequencies, the authors break down each frequency with several case studies and real-world examples of where leaders and companies have failed (such as Wells Fargo, Enron) and succeeded (the Detroit Fire Department and DBS Bank, Asia) and the specific reasons and action points related to each. Five Frequencies includes follow up assessments to show what’s working and why—so leaders can double-down on what’s effective, and recalibrate what isn’t.
August 7, 2019
LEGACY IN THE MAKING: Building a Long-Term Brand in a Short-Term World (McGraw-Hill).
Award-winning author of "Obsessive Branding Disorder" (one of Strategy+Business's Best Books of 2008), "The Method Method" (an Advertising Age Top Ten Marketing Book of 2011), and "Legacy in the Making" (a Washington Post and 800CEOREAD bestseller, Business Book Awards Book of the Year 2019 Finalist, Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards Notable Book of 2018, and one of the “Top Ten Business Books of 2018”--Shep Hyken, Leadership Strategy Contributor, Forbes).
Reporter for The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Fast Company, ESPN: The Magazine, SPIN, Entrepreneur, and MarketWatch, among others. Media appearances include ABC World News, CNN’s BookTV, NPR, South by Southwest, and The Colbert Report.
Critical acclaim: “[A] timely call to arms... Conley is a keen observer and a trenchant critic” (The Boston Globe); “offers jaw-dropping reports” (The Wall Street Journal); “likably acid... tells great anecdotes [and] has a serious message for commerce” (The Guardian); “a deft journalist [who] asks a lot of good questions” (The Miami Herald); “his well-executed argument is convincing… a great read... a sophisticated, no-nonsense analysis” (GOOD Magazine); “an incisive investigation… Conley's perspective... is as alarming as it is stimulating” (Publisher’s Weekly); "Well, the doctor's prescription for you is to please come again, sir" (Stephen Colbert).
August 5, 2019
Michael, Serge Velbovets and Evelina Riguer discuss the importance of video in branding, and the significant challenge of financial illiteracy in society today.
July 29, 2019
Here's the link to Dr. Oz's video that was discussed during our interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1XNllFiEpo&feature=youtu.be
The best employers inherently know that taking care of their employees means their employees will take care of their customers. Offering a benefits plan that takes care of the employee and doesn’t break the bank, that’s the dream. It can drive higher job satisfaction, improve morale and help with the ever-present issue of employee engagement. Most employers don’t know how to accomplish this – or even that it is possible!
Allison De Paoli (dih-PAULY) wants every employer she works with to be in complete control of their healthcare spend – driving the maximum value from every dollar and allowing those saved dollars to grow the business and the bottom line. AND she’d like to deliver a world-class benefits program to those employees. Understanding how to drive those savings while finding a world class benefits package can be intimidating. Few insurance professionals understand how to get under the hood and tinker to make the plan work better.
Allison does. And she’s here today to show us how.
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July 26, 2019
My mission is to rid the world of "zombies in the workforce and life." Why? Because, I was one. Though I professed that my faith and family were most important, I did not demonstrate it.
Eventually, I crashed. I sought and pursued a better way. I am now inspired, productive, and fulfilled in my personal and professional life. I eventually started my own consulting business and authored a book on the topic of healthy life balance (Navigate Chaos).
I hope my story can inspire others to "Take the CONN" in pursuit of healthy balance and personal fulfillment.
https://Ceekllc.com/balance for the assessment
Book: Navigate Chaos : https://www.amazon.com/Navigate-Chaos-5-Step-Balance-Priorities/dp/1732517606
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