My Next Speaking Event
EVENT NAME: NMPP Energy Annual Meeting
SPONSOR Nebraska Municipal Power Pool
PRESENTATION: Lead Without Speaking - The Importance of Nonverbal Communication
LOCATION: South Sioux City, NE
DATE: March 29-30, 2017
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
"I especially appreciated Erick's attention to detail, highly organized approach and follow through. He made everything a breeze for our meeting planner and staff." - COLIN HANSEN, Kansas Municipal Utilities
"Erick is full of energy and truly engages with the audience. We have had him speak at more than one event because he spends a significant amount of time preparing and provides useful takeaways."
- RUSSELL OLSON, Heartland Consumers Power District
WHO I'VE WORKED WITH
My mission is to serve you and add tremendous value to your audience.
HOW CAN I SERVE YOU?
Motivational Keynote Presentations
I will start your conference with a bang and have your attendees buzzing or close your conference with strong content that will send everyone off inspired.
Nonverbal Influence Presentations & Workshops
Good communication is the cornerstone of success. My presentations and workshops will equip your attendees or team with the skills to leverage body language techniques that will lead to success and greater influence.
Utility Key Accounts Management Training
My proven formula for building and maintaining a strong key accounts program for business communities will help your utility develop the proper customer support foundation.
Discover Significance Presentations & Workshops
What is your purpose, but most important, what will be your legacy? My goal is to help you rediscover your passion, so that you can redefine your purpose, and then gain the courage to take action now.
WEEKLY MUSINGS FROM ERICK
When I was in the United States Army, I was accustomed to conducting, what is known as the “After Action Review (AAR)”, immediately after concluding a military exercise or operation. It’s a system of evaluating what was done right and wrong and how to fix things that were done incorrectly during the exercise.
My son, Ryan, likes to play the game “Would You Rather” while we’re running together. He presents me with two options that are usually opposites and then I must decide which I would rather have the most. He usually poses silly scenarios like, “Would you rather have diarrhea once a day or have a massive diarrhea attack for 24 hours and never have it again in your life?”
I had a blowout with my daughter, Ashley, recently. I allowed anger to take over and I said things to her that I shouldn’t. I failed as a father and I later apologized. We had a productive discussion and aired our differences. We hugged each other and expressed our love for one another and that […]