Summary of Norm Bossio
As a speaker, Norm Bossio combines content with comedy to create a unique mix that ensures audience participation. Unlike many traditional speakers who use podiums, Norm isn't confined to such formalities; he would much rather walk around the audience to get a feel for who he is speaking to. Norm has been a teacher, principal, and superintendent in public schools and he often draws upon his experiences in these fields for content in his speeches. Since Norm began speaking in 1980, he has spoken in front of over 2 ½ million audience members in venues ranging from an American Indian Village Tribunal to the Hoosier Dome. His audiences have included clients ranging from Bill Clinton to Steven King. Some of Norm's topics include: Motivation, Leadership, Team Building, Time Management, Change, Stress and Conflict Management, Problem Solving, Performance Appraisal and Decision Making.Download Full Bio
For over 30 years, Norm Bossio has spoken in front of over 2 1/2 million audience members in venues ranging from an American Indian Village Tribunal to the Hoosier Dome. Norm once spoke to 400 high school students, 50 lingerie salespeople, and 45 nuclear physicists"¦all in the same day! Having keynoted national conferences in virtually every major industry, Norm's audiences have included clients ranging from Bill Clinton to Stephen King.
Prior to founding Norm Bossio Enterprises, he served for 23 years as a teacher, principal, and superintendent of schools. For 8 years, Norm was an adjunct faculty member and consultant to the management certificate program at Stonehill College. He received his B.S. from Springfield College and M. Ed. from Boston State College.
In 2006, Norm hosted the national public television special, "Staying Motivated on the Deck of the Titanic with Norm Bossio." He also has a book with the same title which teaches you how to take control of your life, get your priorities straight, put your family first, use the gifts that you have been given, and take a long hard look at yourself in the mirror. Using stories of his life as an only child, a single Dad of three boys, a school principal, and now a Grampa, Norm Bossio can teach you how to not only survive, but thrive.
In 1994, Norm was named Speaker of the Year by the Yankee Chapter of Meeting Planners International.
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