My Next Speaking Event
EVENT NAME: Future Leaders Conference
SPONSOR: Indiana Bankers Association
PRESENTATION: Lead Without Speaking - The Importance Of Nonverbal Communication
LOCATION: Indianapolis, IN
DATE: December 1, 2017
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
"Erick's speaker evaluation ratings are among the highest I've ever seen for a conference speaker!"
- LORI KALSCHEUER, Wisconsin Bankers Association
"Erick's presentations were the highest rated sessions we've ever had at our conference with 95%, 5-star ratings. We've never had a presenter connect so well with our audience."
- RAY L. UNGER, Accutech Systems Corporation
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
I used to think there was a formula to success. There is not. There are common attributes that successful people have in common, but there’s no single path to success in any field or discipline, just like there’s no single path to the top of a mountain. Some paths may be easier than others, but there isn’t one path that leads to the mountain top of success. The key question, do you have the desire to succeed?
Our culture promotes and celebrates work. In fact, it’s a badge of honor for one to work long, hard hours and success is too often measured by time worked versus what’s produced. I recently read biographies on the late Steve Jobs, CEO and co-founder of Apple, and Elon Musk, founder and CEO of Tesla. Both men are known for their superhuman work ethic and inhumane workload that they expect of themselves and of those that work for them. However, I contend that this is not the way to long-term and robust success.
The more I speak in front of groups of professional men and women, the more I appreciate the power of communication. This year, I’ve expanded my speaking opportunities and have traveled the country speaking to hundreds of professionals on human dynamics. It’s been great to have the work and humbling to know that people value my presentations.
There’s nothing more majestic than a crisp, fall, Saturday afternoon at West Point, nestled off the Hudson River, among the rocks, deciduous trees and the fall colored leaves welcoming the changing of the seasons. The sights and sounds of a collegiate football game fill the air as I sit with my longtime friends and enjoy the pageantry that comes with a gridiron contest, a tradition nearly as old as West Point itself.