Steve McClatchy | Keynote Speaker on Performance and Leadership
Steve McClatchy | Featured Speaker
Steve McClatchy is a speaker, trainer, consultant, New York Times Bestselling author and entrepreneur. He founded Alleer Training and Consulting out of his passion for continual improvement and his belief that when we stop growing, learning, gaining experience, achieving goals and improving, we stop living.
His firm focuses on helping companies and individuals improve performance and achieve outstanding results in the areas of Leadership, Performance, Personal Growth, and Work/Life Engagement. His client list includes Pfizer, Microsoft, Disney, Comcast, Accenture, Super Bowl Champions Baltimore Ravens, DHL Europe, Tiffany and Co., Wells Fargo and many others. He is a frequent guest lecturer in many of America’s top business graduate schools including Harvard and Wharton. Steve’s book, Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress and Lead by Example, debuted at #2 on the New York Times Bestsellers list and also was named a New York Times Bestselling Business Book for February 2014.
Steve is the eleventh of twelve children and grew up outside of Philadelphia. He lives with his wife and four kids in Malvern, Pa. He has a BA in Finance and a BA in Economics and has been involved in the Big Brother/Big Sister program for over 25 years.
To book Steve McClatchy call Executive Speakers Bureau at 901-754-9404.
Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress, and Lead By Example
What shapes a leader’s outcomes, career and life? Their decisions. The criteria we all use for making decisions drives our performance and our effectiveness as leaders. Great decisionmaking habits yield a lifetime of achievements and success. Poor habits keep us stressed, frustrated, and forever out of balance.
This keynote is for every leader and aspiring leader to help them:
- Focus on results and the true drivers of performance
- Regain critical planning and personal time
- Dramatically increase work/life engagement
Lead! Don’t Just Manage the Process
Management and leadership are very different from one another. Both are vital to the success of a team but each yields different results. If you are interested in creating a world-class team that is committed to improvement and embraces change this is a “don’t miss” presentation.
Audiences will learn how to:
- Identify the top traits of Leading vs. Managing
- Adopt new improvement practices
- Manage resistance and gain commitment to change
Executive Director, FPDA – Serving Fluid Power & Motion Technology Distributors
“Steve, I just want to thank you for the terrific job you did for our association’s fall meeting in Chicago. The Young Executives Networking Luncheon program, as well as the keynote you did immediately afterwards, are being rated ‘Excellent’ across the board by our attendees….It was truly a pleasure to work with you, and I look forward to working with you again, soon!”
Executive Vice President, Home Builders Association
“Steve McClatchy far exceeded all our expectations as a keynote speaker for our membership’s dinner meeting. His presentation was very professional, dynamic and highly interactive. Our audience consisted of industry professionals and principal owners of homebuilding companies. We asked Steve to deliver for us and we were extremely pleased with our membership’s highly positive reaction. If you’re looking for an outstanding speaker, I highly recommend Steve McClatchy.”
President, Dewey Homes
“We first asked Steve to address our company on the topic of time management and his training was outstanding. We then asked him to be the keynote speaker at our Trade Contractor’s Conference and we are still getting great feedback about the leadership speech he delivered. Whether a speech or full-day seminar with Steve you can be sure it will be dynamic, thought-provoking and engaging.”
Sr. Director, Comcast
“We asked Steve McClatchy to be the keynote speaker this year at our annual sales meeting. We were looking for a speaker with a great blend of content and delivery and he more than met our expectations. Steve will challenge you and your organization to look deeper into how you prioritize your time and make decisions. He will also deliver his message in a way that keeps you engaged and entertained. In the past we have had everyone from Olympic athletes to celebrities speak at our annual meetings. While these speakers were enthusiastic and told nice stories, they typically did not convey content in a compelling manner that was relevant to the needs of our audience. If you are looking for a keynote speaker that will not let you down then look no further!”
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