Choosing the right speaker can take your event from good to GREAT. Learn why companies and associations LOVE working with Lisa.
Lisa is energetic and dynamic, and her presentations are anything but standard. Lisa engages her audience with entertaining anecdotes gained “in the trenches,” incorporates the most current research, trends and best practices while also capturing the “wisdom in the room.”
Her experience in a variety of industries helps Lisa relate easily to attendees at all levels within the organization.
Ryan’s programs focus on positive workplace culture, inter-generational communication, employee acquisition, engagement, retention, and gratitude strategies (“Grategies”) for personal and professional development.
Her down-to-earth approach and willingness to share best practices have proven to be a winning formula for her clients.
Ryan’s high energy and enthusiastic keynote and breakout programs, her sense of humor, and passionate delivery are what makes her sessions among the highest rated at national and international conferences, leadership retreats, and annual meetings.
Engagement, retention, production, productivity, culture, and more. It’s up to you to provide the speakers and the program that gives them what they want – and the tools they need to do it – so they’ll come back next year.
When you hire Lisa Ryan, yes, you’ll get inspiration and motivation. PLUS – you’ll also get content, conversation, and creative ideas that your audience members will actually use.
With her unique perspective gained in the trenches, quick wit, and common-sense approach to business and life, Lisa shares inspiration while taking advantage of the wisdom in the room. Your participants get to learn from her AND from each other.
Blue collar, white collar, male, female, millennial or boomer and everyone in between — your audience will be energized and ready to act on principles and ideas that benefit them both personally and professionally.
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