All attendees must be able to see and hear Lisa. She does like to go into the audience and interact with participants. Ideally, there would be no more than 10 feet from the first row of seats/ tables to the stage.
During luncheon or dinner programs, please do not allow servers to serve food or clear plates during her presentation. Any desserts should already be on the table to avoid distraction during the program.
Lisa does not use a lectern – EVER! If it is necessary for a lectern to be on the stage for another part of the meeting, please have it set to the side of the stage for Lisa’s presentation.
In the rare event that Lisa uses visual aids in the program, screens should be raised or positioned off to the side. All equipment that is unnecessary for Lisa’s program should be removed if possible.
Lisa uses some slides for her programs, but they are not designed to be handouts. She does bring her own laptop so please provide a screen and projector. If a computer is already set up, Lisa is happy to bring her program on a USB drive.
Hotel & Travel
Hotel room reservations (non-smoking), preferably at the same hotel where the meeting is to be held, are to be secured by you, the client, guaranteed for late arrival, and should be billed directly to your organization. Lisa prefers Hilton or Marriott brands if an off-site hotel is needed. Lisa will be responsible for travel arrangements, non-refundable, (non-stop, when possible) coach fare, round-trip from Cleveland, Ohio.
Payment of Fees
Per the agreement, please remember that a non-refundable deposit of 50% of the fee is due to hold your date and the remaining 50% is due seven days before Lisa Ryan’s presentation. An invoice (with the exception of jobs through a speakers’ bureau), for travel expenses and per diem, will be mailed immediately following the engagement for payment within fourteen days of receipt.
Lisa Ryan Intro
Let me begin with a few questions.
- Do you wish you had lower employee turnover?
- Could you use great ideas to energize employees?
- Are you ready for tips to keep your top talent from becoming someone else’s?
If you answered yes to any of those questions then you are in the right place! Lisa Ryan, CSP, is an internationally recognized employee engagement and gratitude expert. She is a best-selling author of ten books and co-stars in two movies with other experts including Jack Canfield of “Chicken Soup for the Soul” fame.
Lisa has been blissfully married to Scott since 1996 and they are the proud parents of two very spoiled cats.
Helping us today to Ramp Up our Engagement, please join me in welcoming from Cleveland, Ohio… speaker, author, and karaoke rap star, Lisa Ryan!
Lisa Ryan has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, training, and sales. She has worked in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, and executive recruiting. She is President and Founder of Grategy®, a Cleveland based firm specializing in employee engagement, retention, and recognition using gratitude strategies (Grategies) for personal and professional development.
Lisa’s work experience and research in employee engagement and cultural transformation give her a unique perspective for retaining top talent. An active member of The National Speakers Association, Lisa has been featured in Speaker Magazine as an expert advisor, writes articles for several newsletters and online publications, and speaks regularly for several colleges and universities.