Award Winning Speaker and Best Selling Author
A communications and performance expert, Amanda Gore uses latest research in neuroscience, positive psychology, epigenetics, and emotional intelligence, to help business leaders achieve the results they need by getting people engaged in, enthusiastic about and aligned with conference and corporate goals and vision. And by creating joyful workplaces that lead to better performance.
Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic
This brilliant symphony conductor uses the analogy of the orchestra to demonstrate how an organization can come together as a team and unleash its full potential.
Inspirational Speaker for Educators, Businesses and Students
In 1985, at age 25, Chez Raginiak escaped from communist Poland. After six months in an Austrian refugee, he came to the United States with no money, no job, no family, and only a few words of English. He worked day and night to learn English and understand American culture.
Peak Performance, Motivation and Sales Strategist
Chip believes audiences are craving engagement, not another speech. For 5½ years as world-renowned business leader Tony Robbins's international point man, he spoke over 1300 times throughout the US, UK and Australia. This immersive experience sharpened his skills and created a unique style. It is high-energy, humorous, and persuasive and gets results. Chip promises to be THE energy source at your event.
Best-Selling Author, Media Commentator, Leading Voice for Women's Health
Dr. Northrup is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist. For over 25 years, she maintained a thriving clinical practice “ while becoming the sole woman on the male-dominated national stage that has long defined œwomen's health “ right or wrong. It's time to set the record straight once and for all.
High Energy Motivational Speaker, Expert on Success, Leadership, Sales
When you book Connie Podesta as a keynote speaker, you will get: a powerful message, motivation and entertainment. She uses humor with purpose because the audience will learn more, commit to more, be open to newer ideas, and be more willing to make the kind of changes necessary for them to be successful.