From The Front Row to Your Bottom Line
Losing customers and employees is expensive–really expensive. Happy employees and repeat customers plump your bottom line. The challenge is to create a work environment with employees who deliver the kind of service that attracts repeat customers.
Keynote speaker Vicki Hitzges will teach your people to thrive as a team, conquer change and blast through deadlines. They’ll get the skills they need to stay positive and deliver outstanding service.
What’s more, they’ll enjoy listening. When people listen intently, the lessons get absorbed like coffee in a dunked doughnut.
Don’t lose your customers or top talent. Get Vicki to teach your people the skills they need to stay positive, work as a team and keep your customers loyal.
” Vicki, it’s easy to think of you a someone who can fill a time slot at a meeting and make everyone happy. You are MUCH more. Way more. Fantastically more. You get people to interact in a way that will change lives and make their organization a lot more successful.”
– W. Messenger, Harvard Business School Baker Scholar
–Catherine Rodewald, Managing Director, Prudential Mortgage Capital
Vicki Hitzges has the power to arch a few eyebrows… and drop a few jaws. THAT didn’t just…happen.
She started out working for the Dallas Cowboys…America’s Team.
Six months later, she was an award-winning Dallas TV new anchor. (She’s interviewed five U.S. Presidents.)
Then she started a successful Public Relations firm. One client, motivational speaking legend, Zig Ziglar, admired Vicki’s creativity and mentored her to speak.
- Within three years, she’d spoken around the world.
- Her 1st book sold out in 1 day. 5000 copies!
- She has a zesty personality and a heart for people. Call her…today!
“If you want to create an emotional experience for your management team that will engage their hearts and minds and, more importantly, help them be more engaging and effective leaders, Vicki is the best I have experienced in my career. Vicki is a true professional that teaches practical skills in a dynamic way.”
– John Thomas, Chief Financial Officer, Tennessee Valley Authority
“Our District Managers loved her. It was fun. It was exciting. She was energetic. She hit the spot and gave them EXACTLY what they needed.”
– Theresa Ficaro, Regional Sales Director, Avon
“You got our team of technical sales engineers laughing and involved. More importantly, you taught them to approach new customers and bond quickly, and you refreshed them about how to turn a one-time customer into a long-time client and friend. They left energized and happy! Great job!”
Michael Jones, Executive Vice President, Nokia Siemens Networks
WHAT’S MY INVESTMENT?
- What’s poor service…procrastination…or low morale already costing you?
- How many clients or team members are leaving due to poor relationships?
- How many sales are lost because your people aren’t hitting deadlines?
- They need to do what they need to do WHEN they need to do it.
- What effect has change had on your group’s morale?
- How many clients are choosing your competitor?
Not solving these challenges may already be costing you a great deal.
If You Own a Business, a Keynote Speaker Can Increase Profits in 2017
Dallas, TX: A keynote speaker is the key to setting the tone of an event. When a speaker is chosen to speak at an event, they select a topic that fits the theme for that particular event or corporate conference. The keynote speaker then delivers a speech that is intended to lead an audience into thinking or feeling a certain way.
Keynote speakers are often hired by meeting planners to headline a session, conference or programme of events. Keynote speakers are an important part of an event to inspire, motivate or teach professionals looking to learn something new. A keynote speech (also known as a keynote address) should unify the audience and set the direction for the event. Often, a speaker will be asked to be a convention moderator. A main speaker is one of the most important ways to start an event.
A good keynote speaker will present a set of ideas that gives the audience clarity. Not all keynote speakers are good at entertaining the audience and keeping them engaged. Choosing a celebrity speaker may fill the seats but may not guarantee the audience will be entertained or learn the core message set for the event.
About Finding The Best Keynote Speakers
When a meeting planner is looking to find a keynote speaker or a keynote hire, to find the top speaker for the corporate event, the type of speaker must be taken into consideration.
Will a teamwork speaker, conference keynote speaker, inspirational speakers, motivational keynote speaker, women keynote speakers, or a speaker that is focused on customer service programs fit the conference theme?
An experienced speaker will deliver the focus and expertise needed for a high performing event. A keynote speaker bio will often show the experience level of each professional speaker.
A good keynote speaker has experience. They can set the pace of the talk, personalize their speech, engage the audience, have a clear call to action that the audience can remember and act on for years to come.
A really good keynote speaker will give the audience an idea, method or tool that they had not thought about before. The audience should then be able to incorporate into their business or personal lives.
What To Look For In A Top Keynote Speaker?
Top business speakers deliver a keynote speech that is aimed at the purpose of the conference or event. Too often, keynote speakers will promote themselves rather than the main theme of the event. A keynote speaker should be an acting sales person for the company they are representing. They must sell the core message of the group that hired them.
A keynote speaker must be memorable. While a pep rally type of speech can inspire participants, most businesses that hire keynote speakers are looking for motivation that has a lasting impact.
A keynote speaker should be able to assess the level of the audience and adjust the keynote accordingly. A keynote speaker wants to hit the sweet spot where the audience is concerned. Making the topic too complex or too simple will often leave attendees bored and not engaged.
A keynote speaker must be entertaining. Humor, liveliness, and storytelling are all ways to engage audience members. Keynote speakers must know where humor is appropriate to not fall flat. Props should be kept to a minimum in keynote speeches and instead used as aids to drive a point.
Great stories are the cornerstone of keynote speeches. Keynote speakers have to be dedicated to delivering a high caliber of performance. A keynote should inform, inspire, entertain and give hope of the change a business wants. These help to create a movement of change to create more profits for businesses and corporations.
What Do Keynote Speakers Accomplish?
Keynote speakers are the thought leaders of an event. They may not be able to teach on regulations, but they can teach better customer service and the importance of defining or helping to establish a company culture. A keynote speaker sets the tone so an industry expert can then step on stage to teach their expertise.
A speaker should be chosen based on their experience, personality and demo videos rather than by name to get the best to motivate change in the audience. Keynote speakers are just not for the opening program; they are being used in closing ceremonies as well.
Vicki Hitzges is a top business keynote speaker with an impressive background and years of quality experience.
Name: Vicki Hitzges
Dallas, Texas USA
Phone Number: +1-214-536-1888
Email Address: Vicki@keynotespeaker.com