Corporate Culture

  • Carol Kinsey Goman

    Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D., is an executive coach and international keynote speaker and seminar leader for corporations, associations and government agencies.   Body language has always played a key role in Carol’s professional life. Prior to founding Kinsey Consulting Services, she was a therapist in private practice — reading nonverbal cues to help her clients […]

  • James Mapes

    James Mapes is a recognized expert on the psychology of imagination who helps leaders apply their imagination to take individual and organizational performance to new levels.

  • Liz Goodgold

    Speaker and author, Liz Goodgold is a fiery redhead with over 20 years of experience in marketing and branding. She is the author of RED FIRE BRANDING: Create a Hot Personal Brand and Have Customers for Life and DUH! Marketing. Liz’s talks are the epitome of “edutainment” – blending information, education, humor, and real-world examples. […]

  • Tommy Spaulding

    Tommy Spaulding inspires audiences and teaches them how to achieve unprecedented professional and personal success by forming deeper, more authentic relationships with customers, employees, clients, and other key stakeholders. Former President and CEO, Up with People; New York Times Best-selling Author and Leadership Expert Tommy’s career has been built on valuable, authentic relationships. His sincerity, […]

  • Doug Lipp

    What is the magic of Disney? Join Doug Lipp as he takes you on an entertaining and insightful journey, “behind the scenes,” to discover both the secret of Disney’s success and how it and other organizations have overcome spectacular challenges. As an internationally acclaimed expert on customer service, leadership, change and global competitiveness for over […]

  • Vinny Boles

    America’s Army has historically developed leaders and teams to function at their highest performance levels under the most stressful of conditions. Vinny Boles shows your team how to do the same. Six weeks before the attacks of September 11th, 2001, Vinny Boles was a newly selected one-star General. He reported to take command of a […]

  • Michael Gelb

    Michael J. Gelb, internationally renowned author, speaker, and consultant (and, yes, juggler) helps individuals and organizations worldwide find innovative solutions to their most important challenges. Would you like to be more creative? Michael can help you accelerate your learning process. Want to become a more effective leader? Let Michael show you how to create a […]

  • Chip Bell

    Chip Bell has helped many Fortune 100 companies dramatically enhance their bottom lines and marketplace reputation through innovative customer-centric strategies that address the needs of today’s picky, fickle, vocal and “all about me” customers. Dr. Bell reveals the best practices from the organizations leading the customer loyalty charge, giving audiences powerful cutting-edge ideas and unique […]

  • John Sileo

    John’s identity was stolen out of his business and used to commit a series of crimes, including $300K worth of

  • Nido Qubein

    Nido Qubein came to the U.S. as a teenager with no knowledge of English, no contacts, and only $50 in his pocket, yet ended up an extraordinary business entrepreneur. President of High Point University, an undergraduate and graduate institution of more than 3,000 students from 50 countries and 44 states, Qubein lives daily with challenges. […]

  • Boris Brott

    Thousands of people across corporate America have heard Boris Brott’s interactive presentation — he draws comparisons between business organizations and symphony orchestras. Both have common goals, each must perform in harmony to achieve those goals, and each continually strives for perfection. Often, both attempt to be innovative and creative. Boris draws out the juxtaposition of […]

  • Will Miller

    “CHANGE is inevitable. CHANGE is constant.” ~ Benjamin Disraeli Modern American life is overwhelmed by change. Life, work and even technology seem to be changing in the blink of an eye. It is a well-established fact that change, any change, causes stress. It stands to reason then, that in our culture where change is ubiquitous […]