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    "Fired Up! Motivational Leadership Speaker & Author

    Greg Smith is a motivational leadership speaker, author and recognized authority on talent management, leadership development and employee engagement. Greg teaches businesses how to accelerate individual and organizational performance. He helps businesses navigate change and transform themselves into exceptional places to work that attract, retain and motivate people to their full potential.
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    Carlo Pellegrini

    Act Different. Think Different. Change! a thoroughly unique Keynote for conferences, associations, management meetings. Carlo has presented this Keynote for over 250,000 executives since 1997 for audiences such as Intel, IBM, General Motors, Catholic Healthcare West, The Mayo Clinic and many others. Your audience will act their way to different thinking by building a personal matrix of new behaviors. This is a motivational Keynote in which the audience learns to juggle three balls (although they don't know that when Carlo appears): solo, in partners and in teams of partners. The goal is multi-fold: the surprise of change needs to be met with a mindset shift; understanding how people learn creates new pathways of communication; the intersection of behavior shifts creates new behavior - hopefully more productive for the team. Keynote can be presented in one hour, two hours and all day seminars...it all depends on your objectives for Carlo's appearance.
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    Rules for Reinventing Your Business and Your Life

    It's not too late to change directions in your business & personal life. You just have to decide! Let Dr. Rick take you through the process that he and world's leading corporations and organizations have taken to reinvent their businesses and lives.
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    Striving for Excellence: What We Do and the People We Touch

    Let's face it, at the end of the day, how do you want to be remembered? And what do you want to be remembered for achieving?