Bruce Tulgan

Bruce Tulgan

Since 1993, Bruce Tulgan has delighted audiences in nearly a thousand keynote speeches all over the world, addressing hundreds of thousands of people in organizations ranging from Aetna to Wal-Mart, from the Army to the YMCA. Bruce consistently receives rave reviews and has been among the top-rated speakers at conferences in just about every industry. His keynote speeches are a blend of compelling insight, laugh-out-loud humor, and concrete best practices that participants can take back to work and use immediately. Bruce delivers keynote speeches ranging from forty-five minutes to two hours. Read more



In the cockpit, flawless execution is a matter of life-or-death. Afterburner teaches their methodologies to enhance organizational performance and achieve corporate success. Audiences will learn how to focus on the mission by defining strategy and assessing risks, and that communication and execution are key elements not only in aerial combat but in business. No matter what your needs – keynote presentation, breakout session, one or two day seminar – the Afterburner fighter pilots provide you with the skills to get your people motivated and ready to face any challenge. Read more

André Taylor

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André Taylor is an award-winning entrepreneur, strategic thinker, dynamic speaker. He’s the author of a series of books, videos and learning programs on winning, Read more

Andrew Winston


Andrew Winston is an accomplished, engaging speaker. He’s given keynotes and moderated panel discussions in front of audiences of all types and sizes, from small meetings of the top executives at a corporation to large conference keynotes in front of thousands of people.

Andrew is a globally recognized expert on green business, appearing regularly in major media such as The Wall Street Journal, Time, Business Week, The New York Times, and CNBC. Read more

Barbara Sanfilippo

Barbara Sanfilippo

Former Bank Vice President and Regional Sales Manager Specializing in Quality Service, Sales, Innovation and Personal Growth. Barbara Sanfilippo is a popular keynote speaker, author and consultant specializing in the area of customer service, sales, motivation and performance enhancement. Rated frequently as one of the best speakers at conferences, Barbara is known for her high energy, audience interaction and idea-packed programs. She’s been recognized by business leaders, educators and association members as being at the top of her game and inspiring people to new heights. Read more

Bob Rosner

Bob Rosner

From the corner office to the cube, work is tough. There are competing agendas, lack of loyalty or we’re just burned out. Bob Rosner offers information, insight and inspiration for creating a more engaged workplace. He is a best-selling author and award-winning journalist who has personally responded to over 50,000 emails from bosses and employees. He’s learned that many bosses struggle to listen and many employees struggle to speak up. Bob offers practical strategies and tools to bridge this “empathy” gap. He’s been called “Dilbert, with a solution.” Read more

Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy’s goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever imagined. He has consulted for more than 10,000 companies and addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 speeches and seminars throughout the US, Canada and 55 other countries worldwide.


Tracy has studied, researched, written and spoken for 30 years in the fields of economics, history, business, philosophy and psychology, and is the top selling author of over 45 books that have been translated into dozens of languages. He speaks to corporate and public audiences on the subjects of personal and professional development, including the executives and staff of many of America’s largest corporations.


His exciting talks and seminars on leadership, sales, self-esteem, goal setting, strategy, creativity and success bring about immediate changes and long-term results for those who engage him to address their issues. Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations.


He speaks to corporate and public audiences on the subjects of Personal and Professional Development, including the executives and staff of many of America’s largest corporations. His exciting talks and seminars on Leadership, Selling, Self-Esteem, Goals, Strategy, Creativity and Success Psychology bring about immediate changes and long-term results. Read more

Chuck Reaves

Chuck Reaves

Chuck Reaves, the founder of Twenty-One Associates, Inc., an Atlanta-based sales training and consulting company, is a popular speaker and trainer, and teacher of sales, management, and personal development programs to audiences all over the world.

Reaves began his sales career at AT&T, where, after ten years as an entry-level employee he was promoted to account executive, and became the highest producer out of 1,100 salespeople. Read more

Claire Raines

Claire Raines

Claire Raines is recognized as the leading expert on generations in the workplace. Over the past 25 years, she has produced books, videos, workshops, a game and an assessment on the generations at work.

Claire believes we can be more productive and have more fun at work when we understand the ways in which we are shaped by our times.

Claire has shared her findings in speeches, workshops, books, and videos, earning national awards for her groundbreaking and practical information. Her best selling books include Generations at Work, Twentysomething, Connecting Generations, Beyond Generation X, The Xers & The Boomers, The Art of Connecting, and Millennials@Work. Claire and Sandy Mazarakis designed Connecting Generations, a game that teaches people how to be more effective in work and family situations by adapting to generational differences.

  • Who They Are
    • Shaped by Their Times
    • Compelling Messages
    • Millennial Characteristics
    • The Digital Divide
    • 6 Principals of Millennial Management
    • The Workplace of Tomorrow
    • Gettng Ready for the Millennials
    • The Handbasket Theory
    • 3 Cool Ideas for Managing Millennials
    • Millennials at work: Assets & Liabilities
    • Millennials: What They Want from a Jobn
    • Where Employers Go Wrong with Millennials
    • Millennial Learning Preferences
    • Millennial Communications


Generations at Work
This presentation gives business leaders an overview of today’s four American generations:

— The Veterans, the Boomers, the Xers, and the Nexters
— The New Mixed-Generation Workplace
— Defining Moments & Formative Years
— Work Orientation by Generation
— Managing by Generation: Work Environment, Communication,
Managers, Motivators

Managing & Motivating Generation X
This presentation explores the work orientation of employees in their twenties and thirties, offering business leaders practical information about:

— Who is Generation X?
— How are they different?
— What are their work characteristics, assets, and liabilities?
— What attracts and retains them?
— How do they want to be managed?

The Xers & the Boomers
From Adversaries to Allies The Boomers and the Xers will be working side by side for the next three decades, but they differ significantly in the ways they see the world-especially the world of work.

— Boomers, Xers: The Times That Shaped Them
— Work Characteristics & Communication Differences
— Their Complaints Against Each Other
— 10 Delineators
— Levels of Response
— How to Work Together More Effectively

The Next Generation of Workers This fact-filled presentation profiles the Millennial Generation, those born between 1980 and 2000.

12 Millennial Markers

— Core Values
— Trends & Issues that Affect Young Employees and Consumers
— Millennials on the Job: Assets & Liabilities
— Meeting the Challenge of Work/Life Balance

Full Biography

Complete Biography

Author, consultant, and speaker Claire Raines works with companies around the world to help them understand and incorporate differences. With book sales of more than 100,000, she is a leading expert on the generations.

For her newest book, The Art of Connecting, Claire and co-author Lara Ewing studied people like National Public Radio’s famed Terry Gross who are masterful at connecting with others from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Claire has been studying the generations for more than twenty years. Her findings have been published in five books; Connecting Generations, Generations at Work(one of Soundview’s top business books of 2000), The Xers & The Boomers, Beyond Generation X, and Twentysomething (named one of the best business books of 1992).

Claire has been featured widely in the media, including CNN Financial News, the Today Show, Business Week, and Fast Company. She co-created the boardgame Connecting Generations™ and has hosted four training videos.

Her speeches and seminars help business leaders, managers, salespeople, team members, and customer service representatives to achieve better results with real-life business challenges. Last year’s clients included PriceWaterhouseCoopers, a school district in upstate New York, and the Diversity Council of the Conference Board.

Speech Topics

  • · Generations at Work
  • ·Managing and Motivating Generation X
  • ·The Xers & The Boomers: From Adversaries to Allies
  • ·The Next Generation of Workers


Clint Longenecker

Clinton O. Longenecker has been a business leader for the past twenty years, as an award winning professional business educator, as a business researcher and best selling author, as an executive coach and management trainer, as a consultant and practitioner of cutting edge business practices, and as a community servant and advisor. He wears a variety of hats that stimulate entrepreneurship and business success and he has a local, regional and national reputation as a leader who helps both organizations and individuals realize their potential for success in both the private and public sector. He has helped numerous organizations create high performance business practices that are being used across the country. Read more