year, the Technical Meeting kicks things off with an excellent keynote
speaker The 2019 meeting in Orlando will be no exception.
Chip Eichelberger, CSP,
is ready to get ASBA’s attendees fired up and motivated with a n
engaging, humorous and interactive presentation.
The ability to ‘Get
Switched On’ and be at your best consistently is essential to compete
and excel in today’s marketplace. This high-energy, interactive session
challenges everyone to acknowledge the difference between good and
GREAT. This is an interactive experience, not a speech!
Chip will challenge you
to take a hard look at your attitude and current results. You will
reevaluate your long team vision, game plan, mindset and what is really
important. This program will get you plugged back in and switched on!
How can you be a catalyst and bring your “A Game” consistently to
perform at your best? When it is “show time” you need to be “show
He will also present
breakout sessions titled, “Switch On Your Leadership” and
“Documenting Your Success and Telling Better Stories.” These will expand
on topics covered in the keynote presentation and provide members with
more valuable information to take home.
Drawing on his 20 years
of experience as both a sales rep for Jantzen Sportswear and a key
employee for Tony Robbins, Eichelberger helps switch on and energize
audiences and motivate them to give their best every day.
He has been ranked a “Top
5 Speaker” by Speaking.com three years in a row and is one of only seven
percent of the members of the National Speakers Association to earn the
prestigious Certified Speaking Professional designation. Chip has
created numerous audio, video and printed products. His newest book is
The Smart Guide to Accomplishing Your Goals.
He has presented at over
1,000 events on three continents in nine countries for Hyatt, Campbell
Soup Company, Smoothie King, Terminix, M & T Bank, Blue Cross/Blue
Shield, Rogers Media, Invisible Fence, MedStar Health, Dun & Bradstreet,
British Car Auctions, RE/MAX and over 100 diverse associations like
NADA, PMI and ASSE. And now he’s coming to ASBA, not just as a keynote
speaker but to do breakout sessions as well. Don’t miss his
presentations – and don’t miss the Technical Meeting at all!
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