When you’re searching through a number of Corporate Motivational Speakers, trying to find the just the right speaker for your important meeting, it’s surprising to find one who is also a first-class entertainer.
Prior to becoming one of the most sought-after corporate motivational speakers in America, Bodine Balasco was an award-winning entertainer for a decade. And his playful entertaining style from the speaker’s platform allows him to truly connect with his audiences, and really get his message across.
And he’s a speaker who brings valuable and practical information to your group, to assist them in creating the results that are most important to the organization. As well, the wisdom, strategies, and tools he shares with his client groups, can also be used to create desired results in their personal lives.
Bodine is one of the few corporate motivational speakers who is academically trained as a speaker. He possesses two degrees from UCLA, in Speech Communications and Social Psychology; and his sub-topic focus in Social Psychology was “leadership behavior.” He does a lot of speaking on leadership, and is fond of sharing the results from a study by the Public Agenda Foundation, in which they determined the Top-10 things that employees want from work.
This is “people wisdom,” what Bodine calls “people-ology.” It may be the most important wisdom any of us possess. In three independent studies, the Carnegie Foundation, Harvard University, and the Stanford Research Institute all concluded that 85% of anyone’s success on the job is directly related to the level of their “people skills” and “people wisdom.”
This is why it’s so important for all of us to be aware of the Top-10 List of what employees want from work…
1. To work with people who treat me with respect.
2. Interesting work.
3. Recognition for work well done.
4. Change to develop skills.
5. Work with people who will listen if I have ideas
about how to do things better.
6. A change to think for myself rather than carry out instructions.
7. Seeing the end results of my work.
8. Working for efficient managers.
9. A job that is not too easy.
10. Feeling well informed about what is going on.
There are many corporate motivational speakers in America. There aren’t too many who can make your meeting come alive with excitement, laughter, and valuable information people can use to increase their capacity and improve their results.