Andy Weisberg is unusual.
With a genuinely fresh, new approach to such topics as Humor, Change, Creativity and Leadership, Andy will energize your meetings, conferences, employee activities, marketing efforts, customer events, and every other kind of corporate or business presentation!
He has accomplished success as an author, actor, director, teacher, consultant, trainer, musician and professional speaker. He has performed and taught in well over 100 Universities and businesses throughout the U.S. and in five countries abroad.
The way you look at work will never be the same...
(Please see my website at www.andyweisberg.com for details)
ANDY WEISBERG is an author, professional speaker and life change coach. Few presenters can claim to have been both a professional performer and a corporate executive. Andy spent 20 years as a successful actor, director, theater teacher and performance consultant at multiple universities, and then spent another 20 years as a successful corporate trainer, an Organizational Development Specialist and ultimately a Director of Talent Development. His deep understanding of the importance of personal and professional development has allowed him to make a powerful impact on both the Business of Doing Art and the Art of Doing Business. His forty years of successful teaching and coaching were focused on the things that make us better communicators, better at relationships, better teammates, better husbands and wives, better parents, better people. Redefining his entire life for the third time, he now helps businesses and individuals transform their efforts to improve performance, create more creative work environments or transition from the workplace altogether. Andy’s new book, “Laid Off and Crazy Happy – Memoirs of a Houseband”, is the quintessential commentary on defining your life and enjoying it to the fullest. Please visit his website at AndyWeisberg.com
Here are some of his best known clients, in ascending order of name length:
Land O' Lakes
Dayton / Hudson
U.S. Department of Education
American Women in Radio & Television