8 Speakers Who Will Take Your Top Performers to the Next Level

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How do you the make the best even better? What do you strive for once you have won Gold? How do you motivate the motivated ? These are the kinds of questions that Top Performers are always asking. The Speakers  below are experts in the field of peak performance and have the answers that will take your best people to the next level and beyond:

Dan Clark | Motivational Speaker on Teamwork & The Art of Significance

Dan Clark is one of the most requested Speakers  on the circuit for clients who want to inspire their audience to raise the professional and personal bar. His presentations outline simple and actionable processes to improve performance and go from successful to significant. Dan’s presentations leave attendees with a deeper understanding of the next steps that ought to be taken to generate more – more engagement, more loyalty, and more revenue.

Chip Eichelberger | Author & Motivational Speaker

Filled with energy and enthusiasm, Chip Eichelberger’s presentations motivate and electrify audiences. Through small changes, Chip will guide your high performing team on how to achieve even bigger results. Attendees will leave his presentation feeling equipped with the tools to deepen their existing client relationships, excited to begin new ones, and how to take their achievements to the next level.

Ryan Estis | Expert on Leadership, and Business Performance

Ryan Estis’ keynotes are hard-hitting and high impact, and will show your top performers how to tap into their fullest potential. Audiences will leave feeling organized and prepared to compete in more competitive markets, increase their own productivity, and drive business growth.

Jenny Evans | Stress Resiliency Expert, Speaker & Author

You cannot completely rid yourself of stress. Rather than trying to avoid it, resiliency expert Jenny Evans trains audiences how to use their body’s stress response to their advantage. She also teaches attendees how to recover from stress quickly and easily, as well as how to build up tolerance for it. The more equipped employees are to handle stress, the more efficient and productive they will be.

Tom Flick | Former NFL Quarterback, Authority on Peak Performance

Tom Flick draws on his extensive knowledge as an athlete and leader in corporate America to deliver a high intensity, and inspirational message to his audiences. He is a skilled storyteller who will galvanize attendees to take the necessary steps to achieve greatness.

Dr. Heidi Hanna | Speaker, Author, Health & Performance Consultant   

According to Dr. Heidi Hanna, energy is our most powerful resource when it comes to being successful in business and in life. Being overworked and overstressed decreases our brain function, preventing using from reaching our full potential. Dr. Hanna teaches audiences about Energy Management and how build brain health and power, resulting in optimal performance. Attendees leave Dr. Hanna’s sessions with more energy, and a clearer, sharper mind to take on any task or challenge.

Dr. James B. Maas | Peak Performance and Sleep Expert & Author

We all know that sleep is important, however, Dr. Maas has extensively researched the subject and his findings regarding the correlation between sleep and performance are quite astounding. He has found that sleep is a more significant determinant in predicting longevity than diet, exercise, and hereditary factors. Dr. Maas teaches audiences how to improve their quality of sleep resulting in more efficient, productive, happy, and healthy individuals. His presentations are full of great take-aways that can be put into action almost immediately (but be sure to finish the conference day first!)

Greg McKeown | Time Management and Innovation Speaker, Author of the Bestseller Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

Innovation speaker Greg McKeown  has researched the most successful leaders and found they all had a key component in common: they all know how to strategically prioritize. Modern prioritizing is not simply organizing and ranking your tasks by importance, but actually saying “no” to certain tasks. “Doing it all” is not constructive – it hinders your effectiveness. By following Greg McKeown’s guidance, your top employees will increase their productivity and achieve more meaningful success.

 

*Speakers are listed in alphabetical order

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