Scott Jech is a Professional Speaker, Coach and the Author of “Unleashing the Warrior’s Scream.” From living in a trailer home to building a million-dollar company and being semi-retired by his 40’s, Scott Jech is masterful in leading his audiences and clients to unleash their inner fire, take bold action and be relentless in achieving their targets. He has taught countless salespeople and entrepreneurs the magic of how to succeed in business and in life.
This powerful duo has a proven step-by-step process for making teams great – a process they’ve honed working with hundreds of leaders and their teams for more than 25 years. They excel at turning teams around in two days or less!
Mildred D. Muhammad is an Award-Winning Global Keynote Speaker, International Expert Speaker for the US Dept of State, Certified Consultant with the US Dept of Justice/Office for Victims of Crime, CNN Contributor, Domestic Abuse Survivor, Certified Domestic Violence Advocate, 5X-Author, Actress, Internet TV Talk Show Host, Trainer & Educator traveling and speaking on a national & international platform to discuss her life of terror, abuse and heartache, all while promoting Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention.
Chad E. Cooper is formerly a corporate executive in the IT Industry; retired at the young age of 35, he began his career building, achieving, and winning at all costs. Before making the same grave error too many others experience when seeking material achievement, fortunes, and fame, he discovered the ingredients in how to have your cake and eat it too. He began the journey away from “either or” dilemmas toward “Yes, ” opportunities, and has been making an impact on people’s lives ever since. Chad found the formula for material attainment and spiritual enlightenment to allow his life and his clients to become integrated in a flex/flow lifestyle. An accomplished athlete, businessman, philanthropist, Super Dad, devoted husband, and former top coach with the #1 coaching organization in the world, Chad speaks about building unique, dynamic, and inspirational experiences that bridge the gap between what people want and what they need.
Carma Spence is an award-winning speaker and the bestselling author of Public Speaking Super Powers. She knows that you can be a decent speaker despite being introverted and shy, and is fiercely committed to helping people unleash their inner speaking superhero, boldly communicate their message, and Vanquish the Mind Goblins that keep them stuck.
Globally acclaimed speaker, author, consultant transforming professional success and personal fulfillment through human-centric leadership, cognitive diversity, and customer-first mindsets.
As a charter team member of Franklin-Covey, Ken Lodi has spent 30 years partnering with top organizations supporting their Talent Development initiatives. He is the author of several books and curriculum that address the skills essential to Peak Performance, Communication and Coaching. Ken has shared his popular programs at companies such as Microsoft, LEXUS, Coopers, Warner Bros., Aetna Life Insurance, and Shire Pharmaceuticals. After delivering over 3,000 career presentations in five countries, he is widely regarded as a content expert on the topics of Talent Development, Sales Training and Communications.
Priceline.com (100 billion dollar company) is one the many companies Jeff Hoffman has started and scaled globally, generating millions and billions of dollars. He is an advisor to the US State Department, White House and UN on economic growth initiatives and has been seen in Forbes, CNN, Wall Street Journal and more.
Natsuyo is a Global Leadership and Cross-Cultural Communications strategist. She equips global leaders with advanced cross-cultural communication skills to improve team dynamics by bridging the cultural gap and leveraging diversity.
Known as the Relationship Alchemist, Beth Hanishewski has shared the stage with some of the world’s top speakers including Jack Canfield, Robin Sharma, and Mike Dooley, and uses her strategic and transformative relationship formula to help corporations combat the over $300 billion lost annually because of burnout and diminished productivity and build a cohesive and successful team through resiliency and relationship training.