STOP! You have finally clicked on the right profile. Brian is the speaker that will help your business, organization or association Recapture the Lost Art of Civility, Kindness, Courtesy, and Respect! He is a lifelong believer in the power of positivity and he will show you how profitable it can be. After 25 years of leading sales, marketing, and operations teams for two Fortune 50 companies, he decided to unlock the golden handcuffs, and speak truth to power by creating his company, Respectology, Inc. He believes that "life is simple, but people complicate it". His passion to spread his message is so strong, it led him to do a TEDx talk entitled, "Manners Matter-Recapturing the Lost Art of Civility".
As a certified Social & Emotional Intelligence coach, his talks include the benefits of the four components of EI:
If you are looking for a carefully-scripted...hit-every-point-in-the-speech...canned presentation, Brian would not be the speaker for you. However, if you want a FABULOUS Interactive Speaker and Workshop Facilitator whose sincere optimistic demeanor, engaging style, and personal story will connect with and inspire an audience, Brian IS YOUR PERSON. One interaction with him and you will see he's a people connector.
He has been a presenter at corporate conventions, business roundtables, chambers of commerce, and vertical business associations. He has also done workshops for schools (students and educators), non-profit and for-profit corporations, at-risk youth and NBA teams. Brian has been an AAU youth basketball coach for over 10 years and in 2004 he was honored to have been 1 of only 32 coaches out of over 20,000 in the United States and Canada to receive a Coach of the Year award from the NBA/WNBA for his work in the community and on the court.
Drawing on stories from his 25 years of leadership in Corporate America, 27 years of marriage, and 22 years of parenting millennials (enough said:), he captures the audience's attention. He will resonate, motivate, and move people to want to go from average to good to great, one interaction at a time.
Come experience this movement called Respectology:
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