Funny Motivational Speakers Tips, Tricks and Stories from Backstage and On-stage

Leadership- What Works and What Doesn’t?

With 2 million voluntary quits every month, overcoming leadership challenges remains one of the greatest problems for businesses in the U.S. While most leaders do not realize the connection between leadership and performance, a deeper understanding of how your leadership style can make a difference to the performance of your team or organization is indispensable […]

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Building Teamwork With Difficult People At Work

Building teamwork when difficult people are everywhere, especially at the workplace can be a challenge. Whether it’s your boss or co-worker, you will meet all types of difficult people in the professional environment. Dealing with them may seem overwhelming and impossible, but it doesn’t have to be so hard. Teamwork, can require a bit of […]

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Proven Strategies to Building a Self-Sufficient Team

For any business, the growth lies in a self-sufficient workforce. A self-sufficient team is an empowered work unit. They can function optimally with minimal or no supervisory authority. If your team unit is in need of self-sufficiency, you might want to reassess your organizational and team’s performance goals. I recently was in a client meeting […]

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Storytelling For Keynote Speakers: The Secret to Creating Impact

When it comes to keynote speakers, storytelling matters. The best public and keynote speakers make use of personal stories to communicate effectively with their listeners. An interesting story has the power to grab the audience’s attention, keep them engaged and involved and share valuable insight that an audience can use to influence their life. It’s […]

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5 Traits of Motivational Leaders

It’s a universally acknowledged truth that all types of business organizations need leaders at all levels. Not just any leader; but a motivational leader. A motivational leader is an effective manager. They engage, empower and elevate their team towards company vision. In addition, employees view them as passionate mentors, rather than mere team supervisors.

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