Global keynote speaker, entrepreneur,

and talent expert.


What are people saying?
Engaging, motivating, great speaker, informative. Excellent job getting everyone involved. Says things we are all thinking.

Excellent, relevant info on talent issues. Steve is a phenomenal trainer… he just gets it.

You hit all of the areas I was looking to cover – awesome job! Very interactive and made a huge impact!


When you’re looking for something different in a keynote speaker……. 

For over two decades, Steve Lowisz has been an innovative leader in the talent acquisition and talent development industry. Having founded 5 successful businesses, Steve is now a globally recognized entrepreneur, trainer, keynote speaker and coach.  He regularly shares his insights on professional development, entrepreneurial best practices, and recruiting and retaining talent. 

With a unique and sometimes unconventional delivery style, Steve’s keynote sessions are engaging, and thought-provoking. As a result, companies including Cisco Systems, Starbucks, Whirlpool, Coca Cola, Miller, Walgreens and many others have engaged Steve as a speaker to train, motivate, encourage, inspire and even rattle their teams.

When you are looking for a keynote speaker who can capture the attention of any audience and be especially relevant, contact Steve first.


“Never stop investing in yourself or your team.” Steve Lowisz


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