What Happened to Backstage?

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The following article was excerpted from Science of Story, where customer service speaker Louie Gravance is a frequent contributor. Louie is a humorous speaker, writer, former Disney Institute professor and customer experience expert, often referred to as “the guy that can make the ‘Disney thing’ work outside of Disney.” A premier example is initiative Gravance […] Read More

Summertime Balance: How Brian P. Moran Can Help You Stay on Track and Still Enjoy Your Summer

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Oh, the early promise of another summer filled with joy and laughter, rest and relaxation! As summer approaches we envision ourselves spending time at the lake, enjoying family and friends, or perhaps just some quiet time alone, with our thoughts and a beautiful sunset. There’s only one problem – WORK! How do we embrace summer, […] Read More

Executive Speakers on Speakers with Elana Meyers Taylor

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Elana Meyers Taylor is a two-time World Champion and a three-time Olympic medalist, as well as the only woman in history to have won an Olympic medal as both a push athlete and a driver on the US National Bobsled Team. Elana shares her story of overcoming obstacles, chasing dreams, and never giving up. In […] Read More

The “Glamorous” Life of a Keynote Speaker

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Traveling the globe as a keynote speaker may sound glamorous – flying to amazing locations, meeting new people, taking the stage for 60-75 minutes, snapping a few pictures, and then jetting off to the next exotic stop. Right? But sometimes, looks can be deceiving and travel is not always all it’s cracked up to be. […] Read More

Keynote Speakers for Mental Health Awareness Month

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Since 1949, the month of May has been observed as Mental Health Month in the United States to raise awareness about the importance of mental health and to stop the stigma associated with mental health disorders. These keynote speakers have made it their goal to use their platforms to discuss the importance of mental health, […] Read More

“What Do You Want To Do Before You Die?” Set to Release in Paperback Next Month

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How a 2-week road trip with four friends became a movement MEMPHIS, TN – What Do You Want to Do Before You Die?, the #1  New York Times bestselling book by Ben Nemtin, Dave Lingwood, Duncan Penn, and Jonnie Penn (of The Buried Life), will be published in paperback on May 1st, 2018 by Artisan Books. […] Read More

Preparing for a Celebrity Speaker That Will Meet Your Event Needs

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In our Tuesday Tip this week, we explained what you should be looking for in a keynote speaker – unique content, speaker engagement, and consistency with your overall goals and message. So how does an A-list celebrity fit into this model? Booking a celebrity speaker brings a level of excitement to any event. You are […] Read More

Valeisha Butterfield-Jones Headed to Memphis

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Global Head of Women & Black Community Engagement for Google and the co-founder and CEO of the Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network (WEEN), Valeisha Butterfield-Jones, is headed to Memphis this week for the Annual Tribute Luncheon hosted by the Women’s Foundation of Greater Memphis (WFGM). For the past several years, Executive Speakers Bureau has been […] Read More

Serve Up, Coach Down: Mastering the Middle and Both Sides of Leadership with Nathan Jamail

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Nathan Jamail doesn’t just write about leadership, he has lived it, in a 25-year career spent in sales management and coaching top performing teams. Jamail has worked with hundreds of organizations and thousands of leaders over the years including Cisco, FedEx, State Farm, T-Rowe Price, The Hartford, Comcast, Microsoft, the US Army Reserve, Georgia Pacific, […] Read More

Are you Looking for Training on Unconscious Bias?

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Last Thursday, two African-American men were arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks in an unfortunate and terrible case of racial profiling. Since the incident, Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson, has gone to great lengths to both publicly and personally apologize to the two men. Not only did he meet with them and accept responsibility as the company […] Read More

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