- being a curator of better human to human interactions at business meetingsCatalyst for audiences that care about creating community, 2005 - present
Thom Singer is known as "The Conference Catalyst" and his educational, inspirational, and motivational presentations have an instant impact on an audience. He is regularly on stage to kick off major business conferences with his program that changes the way people interact both at the event and beyond. His program transforms how people interact and helps the organizers create a culture that encourages creating meaningful connections.
In 2012 Thom will present at over 50 events, including programs for PCMA, MPI, DMAI and others.
Thom is a more than a professional speaker and the author of nine books on the power of business relationships, networking, and presentation skills.
He has spent over 21 years in sales, marketing, and business development roles with major corporations and AM LAW 100 law firms. He regularly consults with firms and individuals on how to develop more business, cultivate their personal brands and establish professional connections.
He is also the cc-founder of New Year Publishing, and serves as the president of NYP Speakers. The company allows Senior Executives, Business Owners and Professional Speakers to expand their audience and present their messaging to even larger number of potential customers and partners via published books and other products.
Thom actively blogs at the “Some Assembly Required Blog”
and creator of the online “Networking Quotient Quiz”.
Public Speaking Skills Education:
I am now offering Presentation Skills Training for Austin Technology Companies.
This product offering came about organically, as I have delivered presentations over the years for several local technology organizations, and at many company Users Conferences,.... and the question of training has come up.
I have spent the last few years working with engineers and executives from time to time, and continue to receive positive feed back.
My passion for presentations is nothing new, as I believe that audiences desire and deserve both content and style from anyone who is speaking.
I have seen technologists get passed over for promotions and founders be pushed aside for more eloquent leaders. This does not need to happen.
The onset of social media has taken the focus away from the importance of live communications, but the more we move online, the more critical off-line becomes.
For more information contact Thom Singer at (512) 970-0308 or thom (at) thomsinger .com.
- San Diego State University
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