“Colleen, thank you for giving such an outstanding presentation to the employers of Central Oregon! Participant evaluations were extremely positive and included statements such as, “the best speaker I have ever seen…” Without reservation, I highly recommend you to any business or organization considering utilizing your services.”
Coordinator, Central Oregon Employer Council
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Keynote Speaker, Colleen Kettenhofen, to Your Next Meeting!
An award-winning speaker, author, and leadership and change management expert, Colleen Kettenhofen’s programs are in high-demand. She has conducted speaking engagements in these industries: architecture, education, health care, corrections/prisons, high technology, hospitality, government, retail, entertainment, financial, oil/gas and energy, travel, manufacturing and the military. A workplace expert, Colleen has delivered more than 1,100 entertaining programs in 48 states and five countries for top corporations, associations, colleges and Native-American tribes. She has worked with notable organizations such as TRW, the Washington State Senate, Pfizer, Port of Seattle, Mississippi Bankers Association, Sony, and many others. Why Colleen is such a popular speaker at conventions, sales and leadership meetings? She blends humorous slice-of-life stories with practical insights that are easy to implement immediately.
CREDENTIALS: Colleen Kettenhofen has conducted in-depth conversations with more than 200 managers and a handful of top executives and CEOs to find out job critical secrets about employees that bosses don’t share easily. She is an international workplace employee and management expert, award-winning corporate trainer, and keynote speaker. A media veteran, she has appeared on numerous radio shows around the country and has written more than 40 popular articles on diverse workplace issues. She is the author of 10 published audio programs and two books including SECRETS YOUR BOSS ISN’T TELLING YOU. Her areas of expertise: leadership, managing difficult people, improving public speaking skills, and managing change. She is available for keynotes, breakout sessions and seminars by calling (971) 212-0479.