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Corporations, associations, and bureaus trust our speakers to deliver transformational experiences.
Corporations, associations, and bureaus trust our speakers to deliver transformational experiences.

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Learn the turning point at which +Sally Hogshead found her lifelong love for giving people the words to communicate who they are.

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“Information is no longer a scarce resource—attention is.” +Amy Blankson says distraction has become an epidemic and offers a few tips to help us increase our focus.

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+Neil Pasricha says there are three types of success. The trick is to remember that you can’t have them all at once, so you have to figure out which one you’re aiming at.

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Being a good listener is not necessarily a trait you're born with, but you can improve your listening skills, according to our communication expert, +Tony Alessandra.

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Every organization must rethink their purpose and vision. What do you do best? What business are you really in?

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Whether you’re giving a toast at a wedding or a big keynote address at a trade show, you need to accomplish three key things, says +Neil Pasricha.

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"It’s a lot more common than we might think for individuals to genuinely know themselves and have no clue as to how their colleagues see them—and vice-versa," says Tasha Eurich http://ow.ly/wJ1U30cpAbs

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"Raise interest as you get onstage, create a laugh, but most importantly, be the most into your speech of anyone there." ~ +Neil Pasricha

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As a business leader you must take advantage of the new opportunities technology is providing and aim to achieve the nine elements of digital maturity. Scott Klososky outlines them here: http://ow.ly/Nuq730aFpJs

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“There is strong scientific evidence that people who know themselves and how others see them are happier, make smarter decisions, and are more effective leaders with more enthusiastic employees," says +Tasha Eurich
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