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Patrick Lencioni Talks About The Dangers of Dishonest Marketing

Patrick Lencioni, bestselling author & speaker, is a consultant with over two decades of experience working with CEOs and their executive teams. He is founder and president of The Table Group, a consulting firm dedicated to building healthy organizations. He is the author of many bestselling books including The…

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Most Requested Speaker Topics As of June 2013

What’s hot? What’s trending? What kinds of Speakers are clients asking us about as we head into the Summer of 2013? Every 2 months our system tabulates all the searches done on our website as well as requests and phone calls and produces a list of the most requested topics.

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Chester Elton on Leadership

Chester Elton, co-author of New York Times best selling The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution, is a successful keynote speaker on motivation, management, teamwork and leadership. His work has been called a must read for modern managers, by Larry King of CNN. In this interview with Realizing Leadership Magazine, Chester brilliantly explains his latest keynote, All In, which…

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Polly LaBarre and Gary Hamel on How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge

Polly LaBarre, co-author of Mavericks at Work and a founding writer of Fast Company magazine, has worked for nearly 20 years to change the way leaders and their organizations think about working and winning. She has teamed up with Gary Hamel, one of the world’s most sought-after management experts, and wrote…

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Who is the most expensive speaker you have ever booked?

Well, if I told you his name, they would probably kill me, but it’s an interesting story. A few years ago a client came to us looking for some speaker ideas that would help their Leadership team take their company to the next level. As the discussion progressed and different…

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What’s the funniest speaker story you have ever heard?

Several years ago a speaker we work with, let’s call him Gary, was on his way back from spring break with his family, arriving at his home airport at noon on a Tuesday. He knew he had his first post-holiday speech on Thursday, so he took out his Day-Timer to…

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How Long Is the Average Keynote Presentation?

Most speakers deliver presentations that are 60-90 minutes long and are fairly flexible if the agenda changes on the event day and they need to add or deduct 10-15 minutes to their speech. The most important point is that you continuously communicate how much time you have on the agenda…

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