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Author - Keynote Speakers

Benjamin Zander

Benjamin Zander has transmitted his eloquent way of connecting with people from conducting famous symphonies, like the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, to inspiring audiences as a leadership speaker. Co-author of The Art of Possibility, Zander incorporates his breathtaking pianistic skills with his uplifting messages that teach leaders the “art of possibility.” His keynotes provide an experience that takes you through stories, music and concepts to provoke a radical shift in perception. This brilliant symphony conductor uses the analogy of the orchestra to demonstrate how your organization can come together as a team to unleash your full potential.

Carol Frohlinger

Carol Frohlinger has inspired thousands of women from across the world to negotiate their way to get to their professional potential. Co-author of Her Place at the Table and co-founder of Negotiating Women, Inc., Carol's unique perspectives have empowered women to negotiate more confidently, competitively, and competently in all aspects of their lives. Through her humor and practical advice she breaks down the negotiation process to provide tools that women need to advocate for themselves in order to get results. Women not only benefit her presentations but are able to transform their lives with the provisions given to them.

Keith Ferrazzi

Keith Ferrazzi is a valuable business speaker who shares his formula for making your way to the top through a powerful, balanced combination of marketing acumen and networking savvy. Keith is now the founder and CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight, which provides market leaders with advanced strategic consulting to increase company sales and enhance personal careers. He is also the author of the bestselling book “Never Eat Alone. Never Eat Alone.” Both Forbes and Inc. Magazines have designated him one of the world's most "connected" individuals. If you are ready to succeed as an organization or personally going to listen to Keith will help bring you to your goal.

Steve Gilliland

Steve Gilliland, CSP, is a motivational speaker who challenges his audiences and inspires them to better their life. Steve is one of the most in-demand and top-rated speakers in the United States and Canada, and is one of the seven percent of speakers in the world, who belong to the International Federation for Professional Speakers. He has helped people grow their business and expand their lives by sharing his motto, “If you take care of people, the business will follow.” As a master storyteller, he uses the power of humor to help people understand and embrace serious issues, and in a brief span, he both entertains and empowers his audience.

Diane Dimond

Diane Dimond is a modern day journalist who defies a category. She’s been called “A renaissance broadcaster” for her versatility on-air and “A reporter’s reporter” for her consistently high-quality investigative storytelling. From small town radio in Albuquerque, New Mexico to jobs in local, network and syndication television, Dimond has let her curiosity chart her course. She's covered every beat imaginable but crime and justice has become her expertise, perhaps being best known for exposing, then explaining to the world, the child molestation charges against Michael Jackson. Time Magazine cited her continuing coverage of the Michael Jackson story as among "The Best TV of '93". Dimond’s greatest talent may be her ability to communicate complicated stories in an understandable, common-sense way. Most recently, she has been branching out on multi-media platforms to tell the stories she finds so fascinating, stories which are guaranteed to captivate audiences when paired with her engaging personality.

Kevin Freiberg

Kevin Freiberg helps audiences create the best places where the best people can do their best work. What will it take to stand out in a sea of sameness? Standing out requires you to de-commoditize your business by finding innovative and creative ways to tell your story, add value and differentiate. Kevin helps you discover a fresh approach to leadership and collaboration that will drive success. He is a best-selling business author who has written 7 books. He inspires people to believe that they have the power to change themselves, transform their business, and even revolutionize their industry. Kevin is known for his passion, insight and ability to equip leaders at all levels with innovative ideas that turn up the volume on leadership, culture, engagement, accountability and customer loyalty.

Derek Daly

Derek Daly epitomizes the complete champion. As a legendary Hall of Fame race car driver and network television color analyst, Daly has spent nearly three decades as the face of motorsports. For 17 years he was among the best professional drivers. Daly was almost killed in 1984, surviving the hardest crash impact a race driver has ever survived. After 14 surgeries and three years of therapy, he came back to win the biggest international races of his career. Daly then moved to a 20-year television broadcasting career. He now uses the analogy of racing to address business success and to identify the skills of winners. Daly is the best-selling author of Race to Win: How to Become a Complete Champion.

Anthony Galie

An author, business speaker and trainer, Anthony Galie is a psychotherapist who reaches audiences through his motivational talks. His program is geared to defy logic because that is what stands in most people’s way. In the last 27 years, Anthony has trained thousands of business people to get and stay focused on their goals with simple, practical, hands-on techniques that work! Each participant will be shown how to focus on daily, monthly and long term production goals and given the tools with which to accomplish them. As a motivational speaker he is able to give his audience an experience that they will be able to reference to for years to come.

Seth Davis

Seth Davis is an award-winning writer, broadcaster and bestselling author who has distinguished himself as one of the nation’s foremost experts on college basketball. He is currently a Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated, and contributor to SI.com where he writes his popular “Hoop Thoughts” column during college basketball season. Since 2004, Seth has served as an on-air analyst for CBS Sports’ coverage of college basketball. Seth is also the author of two New York Times best sellers, Wooden: A Coach’s Life, and When March Went Mad: The Game That Transformed Basketball. Seth draws upon his own experiences to provide audiences with a heartfelt and humorous motivational message on what it takes to become successful.

Jim Davidson

Jim has climbed high mountains around the world. He’s led expeditions and rescues in perilous conditions. As a keynote motivational speaker, Jim distills the lessons he’s learned on the mountains and applies them to challenges in business and life. Jim’s experience as a resilience expert, mountain climber, and co-author of the bestselling and award winning memoir “The Ledge: An Inspirational Story of Friendship and Survival”, provides his audiences with relatable lessons to be used in the workforce. On April 25, 2015, Jim was at Camp 1 on Mount Everest when the earthquakes tragically struck Nepal. His intense reporting, photos and videos from Everest were closely covered by CNN, CBS, BBC, ABC and other news agencies.
Jim’s passion for teaching resilience and his aptitude for storytelling will inspire you. Jim becomes not just your normal keynote speaker, but a man who truly sparks your desire to improve. There is no event that has had Jim as a speaker that has not left feeling prepared to face any challenge that comes their way.

Maddy Dychtwald

Maddy Dychtwald brings more to her keynote speeches than just facts. Her vivacious attitude and multi-media presentations transform a time usually spent just listening to a speaker into an experience that seems to fly by. Maddy is a nationally recognized author, public speaker, marketing executive and entrepreneur. With over 20 years as an expert on the lifestyle, marketing, and retirement implications of the “age wave” Maddy brings her innovative research to the stage.

Barbara Corcoran

As a motivational and business speaker, Barbara Corcoran inspires her audience by leading them through her life and experiences. Barbara began her career when she left her waitressing job to start her own real estate company and in twenty-five years Barbara turned that company into a five-billion-dollar business. Barbara then moved on to create her own television production and business consulting company, Barbara Corcoran Inc. She is now the real estate contributor for NBC’s Today Show and CNBC and writes weekly real estate column for the Daily News and monthly columns for MORE Magazine and Redbook. Barbara’s tell-it-like-it-is attitude brings a refreshing approach to her motivational talks, which leaves the audience at the edge of their seats.

Gary Hamel

The way we manage has forever changed due to Gary Hamel. He has been said to be the “most influential business thinker” by The Wall Street Journal and a “leading expert on business strategy” by Fortune magazine. Author, consultant for companies such as GE and Time Warner, and business speaker, Gary has transformed the business world for the better. He is currently leading an effort to build an open innovation platform for reinventing management, the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX), which is designed to radically accelerate the evolution of management practice. Be on the cutting edge of ways to manage your employees by listening to Gary’s dynamic and fresh ideas.

Dale Irvin

Dale Irvin is one of a kind. He is an author, actor and widely televised comedian, but speaking is where he excels. Dale's monologues keep the audience fully engaged, wide awake, and paying more attention so that they will get the jokes they are about to hear. It also gives them another connecting point and becomes a topic of conservation during the breaks. No wonder many groups bring Dale back year after year to emcee and summarize their events. In addition to over 100 national TV appearances, Dale has appeared in concert with Jay Leno, Paul Anka, The Four Tops and The Temptations. Dale is the author of eight books including "Laughter Doesn't Hurt" and publishes "Funny Business", a bi-monthly humor newsletter with international distribution.

Adrian Gostick

In his challenging, information-packed talks, #1 bestselling leadership author Adrian Gostick provides real solutions on managing change, driving innovation, and leading a multi-generational workforce. He is a global workplace expert and thought leader in the fields of corporate culture, leadership, and engagement. He is founder of the training and consulting company The Culture Works and author of All In and The Carrot Principle. As a leadership expert, Adrian has been called “fascinating” by Fortune magazine and “creative and refreshing” by the New York Times. He has appeared on NBC’s Today Show and CNN, and is often quoted in The Economist, Newsweek, and Wall Street Journal. Adrian teaches leaders how to engage, enable and energize their workforces. Get ready for your employees to be stimulated to make a change after they listen to Adrian.

Sondra Thiederman

Dr. Sondra Thiederman is one of the nation’s leading experts on workplace diversity, cross-cultural business, and bias reduction. Since receiving her doctorate in cross-cultural studies from UCLA, she has spent the last 25 years as a speaker, trainer, and author helping professionals in Fortune 500 companies, public sector organizations, and dozens of associations find ways to successfully navigate our increasingly diverse workplaces. Sondra is the author of four diversity books including the groundbreaking, Making Diversity Work: Seven Steps for Defeating Bias in the Workplace.

Mark Gungor

Mark’s speaking is refreshingly free of psychological lingo. Laugh Your Way and The Tale of Two Brains are about helping people get it right, get along, have fun, and achieve a successful relationship. Mark is CEO of Laugh Your Way America and has been featured in the Washington Times, on national broadcasts such as Focus on the Family and ABC News. His daily radio program is heard on over 250 radio stations nationwide and he has been featured in television specials broadcast throughout the world. He is the author of the bestselling book “Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage” and the creator of a new television series, Love, Marriage and Stinking Thinking.

Doc Hendley

Doc Hendley never set out to be a hero. In 2004, Hendley - a small-town bartender - launched a series of wine-tasting events to raise funds for cleanwater projects and to bring awareness to the world’s freshwater crisis. He planned to donate the proceeds through traditional channels, but instead found himself traveling to one of the world’s most dangerous hot spots: Darfur, Sudan. There, Doc witnessed a government-sponsored genocide where the number-one weapon wasn’t bullets-it was water. With limited funds, Doc realized that he couldn’t build new wells costing $10,000 a pop, but he could hire local workers to restore a damaged well for a mere $50 each. He’d found his mission. Doc was named one of the Top 10 CNN Heroes of 2009 and has written a book about his experience, Wine to Water: A Bartender’s Quest to Bring Clean Water to the World. He is an expert on the immense power of relationships to transcend perceived barriers. Today, Doc and Wine to Water continue to help stricken peoples repair and maintain water- containment systems in places like Darfur, Cambodia, Uganda, and Haiti.

David Houle

David Houle is a futurist, thought leader, author and keynote speaker whose presentations focus on change, innovation and future trends. Houle spent more than 20 years in media and entertainment, receiving two Emmy Awards and an Academy Award nomination. He consistently ranks as one of the top futurists and writes the popular blog, “A Future Look at Today”. Houle is also an accomplished author, writing several books, the most recent being Brand Shift: The Future of Brands and Marketing. He is a catalyst to get people, companies, governments and the world to think about the future.

Tony Jeary

When many of the World’s top executives want to grow their organizations, change thinking, and execute for better results, they are eventually led to The RESULTS Guy, Tony Jeary. Jeary has invested his life and career in helping others discover new clarity for their vision, develop focus on direction and create powerful execution strategies that strategically impact achievement and accelerate results. It doesn’t matter if the meeting participants are business leaders, business development people, sales team members, reps, management groups, or the entire organization. Tony has been described as a ‘gifted encourager’ who facilitates positive outcomes for others. The development of Tony’s Strategic Acceleration Process resulted from his obsession with studying distinctions that characterize top-performing high-achievers and organizations. Tony’s signature book, Life is a Series of Presentations, was published by Simon and Schuster in 2004. His latest major publication is Strategic Acceleration: Success at the Speed of Life, published by Vanguard in 2009.


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