Speaking Clients

Skip Weisman knocks it out of the park working with organizations like yours who want to create championship teams and company cultures that increase productivity, performance, and profits!

From Skip’s 16-years as a professional baseball CEO he brings your organization proven strategies to create and sustain a winning environment that consistently delivers championship results.

Skip’s keynotes and other programs inspire audience members to step up to address specific issues that keep championship teamwork from developing, such as:

  • The everyday workplace conversations that slowly erode the trust and respect real teamwork requires,
  • The dearth of accountability and ownership in today’s workplace, and
  • The resistance to change that holds people, teams, and organizations back from high-performance.

Skip’s presentations score with veteran and aspiring leaders alike because they are packed with humbling, real-life stories offering leadership lessons from his baseball management career.

Skip continues to see today’s leaders making the same mistakes he made as a young leader, so his high-content, fun, and engaging programs connect with audiences by offering practical, immediately applicable tips, tools, and techniques that leave your audience energized and engaged.

Mastercraft Industries – Newburgh, NY

“Even as a non-sports enthusiast I found Skip’s presentation extremely helpful and appropriate for our team of 50 employees. I highly recommend his presentations even for non-sports enthusiasts!

Howard Goldberg President/CEO
Mastercraft Industries

The Key to Championship Teamwork is COMMUNICATION.

Skip wrote the book on the standard for CHAMPIONSHIP WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION

Why Your Organization NEEDs This Book:

Communication is the "soft" skill that generates real "hard" problems and kills teamwork, collaboration and results in the workplace. When done wrong, it brings real "hard" costs to companies of all sizes and all industries. With this book you will learn exactly what the real hard costs are, and you can even calculate them for yourself.

Unfortunately, communication is the generic rug that all workplace problems tend to get swept under hoping they will miraculously get better just by labeling them "communication problems."

Yet, you probably continue to have "ground hog day" conversations. You know, the same conversations with the same people about the same things in the same meetings with nothing even changing?

This book will help business leaders name the communication problem and give them a framework for setting a new standard around the seven most common and most damaging communication mistakes occurring every day in your work environment.

These communication sins are NOT generational, they are personal and individual. When you set a new standard for what you expect from communication in your workplace, and you deal with it in the way this book explains you will transform the results your company can achieve. Your team of employees want to go a good job. It's just that these seven deadliest of all communication mistakes are getting in their way.

Order Your Copy Today

Why Your Organization NEEDs This Book:

Communication is the "soft" skill that generates real "hard" problems and kills teamwork, collaboration and results in the workplace. When done wrong, it brings real "hard" costs to companies of all sizes and all industries. With this book you will learn exactly what the real hard costs are, and you can even calculate them for yourself.

Unfortunately, communication is the generic rug that all workplace problems tend to get swept under hoping they will miraculously get better just by labeling them "communication problems."

Yet, you probably continue to have "ground hog day" conversations. You know, the same conversations with the same people about the same things in the same meetings with nothing even changing?

This book will help business leaders name the communication problem and give them a framework for setting a new standard around the seven most common and most damaging communication mistakes occurring every day in your work environment.

These communication sins are NOT generational, they are personal and individual. When you set a new standard for what you expect from communication in your workplace, and you deal with it in the way this book explains you will transform the results your company can achieve. Your team of employees want to go a good job. It's just that these seven deadliest of all communication mistakes are getting in their way.

Order Your Copy Today

#1 New York Times Bestselling Author of DRIVE and WHEN, Daniel Pink says,

“With the guidance of Skip Weisman, you can correct the seven deadly sins of miscommunication and raise the quality of your interactions with others. You have the opportunity in every interaction to change a relationship for the better or for the worse – why not be the best communicator you can be?”

Testimonials

Skip, I wanted an engaging speaking to close out our three day conference and have people leave on a high note, and you did great! I would highly recommend you to any organization looking for a speaker!

Cinderella Tollefsen - President
Alaska Medical Group Management Association

You provided the right amount of energy and charisma to kick off our conference. You’re a “must have” for anyone in any field planning a conference in need of a keynote speaker!

Stephan Nadeau - President
Project Management Institute MassBay Chapter

Skip, we absolutely loved having you as a keynote speaker at our conference, everyone loved what you had to say and learned valuable things they can take back to work. We’ll definitely have you back some day!

Roxy Kolev - Conference Coordinator
Nebraska State SHRM

Skip, you delivered an engaging, energetic, thought provoking session that our company’s engineering division leaders were talking about long after your presentation ended. Everyone took away something practical that they were committed to implementing.

Rich Timperio - Engineering Director & Conference Coordinator
JBT/Wolf-Tec

Hiring Skip

You’ve come this far so you’re probably interested in learning more. Skip works with organizations in two ways, keynoting special events like association or corporate conferences, or facilitating conversations with organizational leaders to create championship workplace leadership and teamwork.

Which is it for you?