Thom Singer is a conference catalyst who causes audiences to explore creative ways to make, grow and keep business relationships. His keynotes have gotten rave reviews from hundreds of audiences.
Transform your event from the standard to the spectacular by encouraging everyone to embrace the power of business relationships and create positive expectations that drive future attendance.
Seeking the keynote speaker for your corporate or association conference? Planning a company meeting and need a presenter with strong content from a keynote speaker with an engaging style? Thom Singer is your next keynote speaker. His content will make your people think and take action (and he is fun and funny as a keynote speaker).BOOK SPEAKER
The Paradox of Potential: Having “high potential” does not mean performing at maximum capability. While many believe they are doing all they can, a huge number of professionals are frustrated because they are coming up short of their personal expectations (and the expectations of others). Beyond excuses and finger pointing, this interactive keynote presentation gets to the heart of how people can accomplish more and enjoy their work and how leaders can help their teams succeed. A focus on performance and potential brings actions. As more organizations look to the “future of work”, this talk is about more than telecommuting and stand up desks. Illuminate the possibilities of goal setting, teamwork, successful human engagement, cross-selling, and other skills to help everyone reach their highest potential.
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There is more to creating business relationships than a “like”, “link”, “share” or “follow”. While the popular social media tools can make it seem like we have countless friends and business associates, it is real human engagement that leads to opportunity. This program is designed as an opening keynote and will bring the audience focus back to the basics on establishing meaningful business relationships that will lead to more success in business, sales, and life. Make your event a human laboratory for connecting.
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