Global Keynote Speaker
and talent expert.
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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!
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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.
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“Never stop investing in yourself or your team.” Steve Lowisz
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