Bob Dusin

Bob Dusin

SpeakerMatch

It isn't complicated to develop a culture of commitment.

To create a High Performance Work Place, leaders need a roadmap to guide them out of their traditional mindsets. Specific, practical steps give leaders the ability to unleash people's true potential and brainpower. It's not complicated. Start NOW.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Kansas City, MO (US)

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Bob Dusin
Bob Dusin - Motivational Speaker

HPWP Group

It isn't complicated to develop a culture of commitment.

To create a High Performance Work Place, leaders need a roadmap to guide them out of their traditional mindsets. Specific, practical steps give leaders the ability to unleash people's true potential and brainpower. It's not complicated. Start NOW.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Kansas City, MO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Bob Dusin - Motivational Speaker

Bob Dusin

HPWP Group

It isn't complicated to develop a culture of commitment.

To create a High Performance Work Place, leaders need a roadmap to guide them out of their traditional mindsets. Specific, practical steps give leaders the ability to unleash people's true potential and brainpower. It's not complicated. Start NOW.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Kansas City, MO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Bob Dusin,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/BobDusin/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Video Library

Bob Dusin - Creating the High Performance Work Place

An excerpt from Bob's book on the critical value of having Positive Assumptions

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Bob Dusin - The HPWP Philosophy

Bob presents the eight elements the transform the traditional organization into a High Performance Work Place

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Bob Dusin - Are Leaders Creating Robotic Zombies?

Does it seem like companies sometimes pay more attention to their equipment than to their people? Leaders often demonstrate this without even realizing it. How do we make sure that doesn't happen?

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