Wednesday Watch: Ryan Estis and Seth Mattison

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Business keynote speakers Ryan Estis and Seth Mattison are bringing a new, customized program to the marketplace called Leading Breakthrough Performance. Ryan Estis has more than 20 years of experiences as a Top-Performing Sale Professional and Leader. Ryan is known for his innovative ideas on leading change, improving sales effectiveness and preparing for the future […] Read More

Wednesday Watch: Susan Packard on New Rules of the Game

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Women in Business speaker Susan Packard is co-founder of Scripps Networks Interactive and former chief operating officer of HGTV. In her new book, New Rules of the Game: 10 Strategies for Women in the Workplace, she talks about gamesmanship and what it takes to rise to the top of your industry as a woman. She […] Read More

Wednesday Watch: Sam Silverstein on Accountability

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Today, ESB’s Richard Schelp had the opportunity to sit down with leadership speaker, Sam Silverstein, and talk about his take on accountability in the workplace and his recent book, “Non-Negotiable: The Story of Happy State Bank & The Power of Accountability”. Sam Silverstein is an entrepreneur, business expert, and international author. His battle cry of […] Read More

Wednesday Watch: John Rossman

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John Rossman is an ESB exclusive technology keynote speaker and Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal in Seattle. With more than 28 years of technology strategy, design, implementation and operating experience, Mr. Rossman has led several complex businesses and programs resulting in innovative business models. He has worked with clients across a broad range of […] Read More

Powerful Optimism: Rethinking the Future

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Let’s be honest, it’s been a crazy year. Coming off of a seemingly never-ending election has this country divided. Although we all go about our daily routines, there seems to be this overwhelming uncertainty. But no one said we have to let politics define our future. After all, President Lincoln said it best: “The best […] Read More

Tuesday Tip: How to Respond to Tough Feedback

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Today’s Tuesday Tip comes from Molly Fletcher, “The Female Jerry Maguire” Sports Agent and Keynote Speaker. Molly is a rare talent of business wisdom, relationship brilliance and unwavering optimism, and Executive Speakers Bureau is honored to have her speak at an upcoming client event in December. How to Respond to Tough Feedback By Molly Fletcher […] Read More

The Three-Part Approach to Optimizing Every Meaningful Interaction

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It’s the start of the work week, and what better way to kick it off than a quick lesson in productivity and creating meaningful interactions. Keynote speaker, Dan Coughlin, shares his expertise on how building better business relationships can maximize your productivity. The Three-Part Approach to Optimizing Every Meaningful Interaction By Dan Coughlin There are […] Read More

Wednesday Watch: Geoff Colvin on the Future of Work

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Geoff Colvin  is an award-winning thinker, author, broadcaster, and speaker on today’s most significant trends in business. As FORTUNE’s Senior Editor-at-Large, he has become one of America’s sharpest and most respected commentators on leadership, globalization, wealth creation, the infotech revolution, and related issues. Here, he speaks about his new book Humans are Underrated: What High […] Read More

Speaking Industry’s Busiest Season

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The speaking industry’s busiest season occurs during fall, between the months of September and November. It is a corporate and company trend that reflects our personal lives as well: we look back over the past year on missteps that had to be redirected and successes that were celebrated, and begin planning on how to avoid […] Read More

Top Five Change Speakers

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When things become redundant, it can be easy to lose interest or focus. Though repetitiveness can be comforting, it may not always be the best route to take for new successes, especially in the work place. With innovations and technologies evolving, it’s imperative for businesses to stay on top of the newest trends. These five […] Read More

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