5 Tools to Re-Build Your Confidence

Written by Molly Fletcher Confidence is a main driver for peak performance. Because it is so essential, that’s where the Confidence Toolbox comes in. It’s a huge help when I need confidence the most. From my experience as a sports agent and keynote speaker, I want to share five must-haves for your Confidence Toolbox. What’s […] Read More

Is Crowdsourcing the Future of Innovation?

Robert B. Tucker talks about innovation trends. Is Crowdsourcing the Future of Innovation? The process of inviting ideas from groups – usually online — to solve a common problem is called crowdsourcing. The tool is quickly gaining popularity, (Forester reports a 32 percent growth in innovation management solutions) just as other innovation methods, such as […] Read More

Music and Influence

Twenty years ago the musical Rent hit Broadway to critical acclaim. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists struggling to survive and create a life in New York City’s East Village under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. Rent was written and composed by Jonathan Larson, who died the night before the opening […] Read More

Facebook’a lead HR consultant says every great manager follows these 2 principles

When the management guide “First, Break All the Rules” was first published in 1999, managers embraced it and HR departments rejected it. Two of the book’s core messages — that a company’s success relies on individual managers’ leadership styles and that employees’ weaknesses should be ignored rather than “fixed” — were the opposite of what […] Read More

What CEOs Can Learn From Prince’s Presence

TV Broadcaster and author, Connie Dieken, talks about what CEOs can learn from such an iconic musician, and how your “presence remains in your absence.” You only need to scroll through the photos of iconic buildings bathed in purple in the days following Price’s death to see evidence of his presence. From the Eiffel Tower […] Read More

Chip Bell – Don’t Be the Leader of Stupid Rules

Don’t Be a Leader of Stupid Rules by Chip R. Bell When Alexander II was the Czar of what is now Russia in the mid 1800’s, he looked out of his palace window and observed a soldier guarding an area of the palace lawn that appeared to be little more than empty space. “What is […] Read More

Benchmark Hospitality Names Top Meeting Trends

Forming new relationships with employees and clients can be vital in a business’s success rate. While in the work place, there will be various ethical viewpoints and opinions through-out employees. Finding a common ground and agreeance can help generate and maintain a healthy work environment. Successful Meeting’s most recent blog post, Benchmark Hospitality Names Top […] Read More

Meet Our Newest Exclusive Speaker: John Rossman

Executive Speakers Bureau is proud to announce our newest exclusive speaker, John Rossman. Rossman can provide over 28 years of experience in technology, strategy, design, and implementation to your next speaking engagement. He is most known for launching and scaling the Amazon Marketplace business which now accounts for over 50% of all Amazon units sold […] Read More

The Ruben Gonzalez Report – Olympic Motivation

Get Started and Don’t Quit (From Ruben’s book “Becoming Unstoppable.”) There are two parts of courage that lead to success. The first part is the willingness to begin, to act in faith, to step out boldly in the direction of your goals with no guarantee of success. The second part of courage is the willingness […] Read More

Garrison Wynn: The Mouth of Change

Change is always the same. Change itself is not the issue; it’s the resistance to change that causes problems. Many of us learned this growing up as we competed in sports, or for the attention of others. In the business world, the resistance is naturally strong when we explain our great reform is based on […] Read More

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