Michael Kipp formed his management consulting firm in 1989 and has helped more than 100 companies design and facilitate high impact work sessions that support corporate strategy, business innovation, organization design, new marketing initiatives, and the cultivation of more effective executive teams. As a former Chief Executive Officer, Mike has coached executives and their teams through market repositioning, corporate transformation, and personal growth. He regularly consults in a variety of operating environments, frequently in emergent or turnaround situations and plans and manages large group interventions. Mike presents regularly for business, trade and professional gatherings. His provocative leadership development keynotes include The Accidental Leader, Seven Lessons in Strategy, Self Inflicted Change and From Transaction to Consultation.
Mark P. Steinberg is president and founder of Steinberg and Associates, Human Resource Consultants. For over 15 years, he has designed and presented training programs and speeches that address the most critical issues associated with motivating workforces and increasing their productivity. Currently, Mark offers more than 30 different topics on leadership, customer service, communication, creativity and innovation, team building, business writing, and networking. Mark’s programs are filled with business-relevant instruction conveyed in refreshing, inspirational ways. Clients cite his highly interactive presentations, creative audio/visual support, entertaining group exercises, and both conventional and unconventional instructional techniques.
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Byron Stock guides organizations throughout the world toward excellence through his Emotional Intelligence Series of presentations and workshops. Using stories and humor, his high-energy presentations and workshops target today’s issues: Emotional Intelligence – Keys to Managing Change Effectively, Restoring Balance in a Chaotic Environment, Getting to the Heart of Performance. Byron’s clients are from manufacturing, financial services, information systems and technology, agriculture and food products, and healthcare.
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