Ed Krow

Ed Krow

Ed Krow - Motivational Speaker

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Speaking on Human Resources, Leadership, and Motivation

Whenever I speak, I relate the topic to terms the group can identify with. If you’re looking for a speaker who can easily relate to the group and pick up on their nuances quickly to create an interesting, interactive, relevant session, I'm your guy!

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Lancaster, PA (US)

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Ed Krow
Ed Krow - Motivational Speaker

Ed Krow, LLC

Speaking on Human Resources, Leadership, and Motivation

Whenever I speak, I relate the topic to terms the group can identify with. If you’re looking for a speaker who can easily relate to the group and pick up on their nuances quickly to create an interesting, interactive, relevant session, I'm your guy!

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Lancaster, PA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Ed Krow - Motivational Speaker

Ed Krow

Ed Krow, LLC

Speaking on Human Resources, Leadership, and Motivation

Whenever I speak, I relate the topic to terms the group can identify with. If you’re looking for a speaker who can easily relate to the group and pick up on their nuances quickly to create an interesting, interactive, relevant session, I'm your guy!

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Lancaster, PA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Certified Speaking Professional

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

Blog Postings

How to Fight Communication Breakdowns

Communication is key in all relationships, from personal to professional. However, sometimes even the strongest teams can suffer from poor communication. This breakdown can be especially problematic when employees are scrambling to complete a major project or meet a tight deadline. To help you combat this issue, Forbes asked 15 experts, including myself, how leaders […] The post How to Fight Communication Breakdowns appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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Why Are My Best People Leaving?

Wondering why your top performers are leaving your organization or why performance is going down? The answer is simpler than you think. In this short video clip from one of my recent speaking engagements, I share: • Questions you need to ask yourself to understand if your employment relationship is out of balance • What […] The post Why Are My Best People Leaving? appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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What’s Your Employment Brand?

In today’s economy, our recruiting strategy must adapt key talent management strategies to changing workforce demographics. To support our employment brand, we need to leverage the institutional knowledge of our more experienced workers and balance those with the workforce expectations of our younger workers. When I think about employment brand, I think about the perception […] The post What’s Your Employment Brand? appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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What Makes a Great Employee?

What makes a great employee? Why are your best employees your best employees? They’re not your best employees just because they do whatever is on the job description. Often, they have the so-called indescribable “it” factor. In this video, I talk about how you can actually break that “it” factor down into critical skills that […] The post What Makes a Great Employee? appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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13 Signs You Might Be the Reason Your Employees Are Quitting

Your best employees are leaving in rapid succession. You’ve noticed a lot of bickering and drama. You can’t seem to motivate anyone on the team anymore. There has to be an explanation—and it could very well be your leadership. No boss wants to admit that they are the reason for their team’s issues, but if […] The post 13 Signs You Might Be the Reason Your Employees Are Quitting appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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Becoming A Leader Of People

I was recently reading a book by Matthew Kelly that started with a story about a gentleman sitting in his home office busily preparing a big speech he was delivering later that evening. His wife knocked on the door, asking him to watch their son for a bit while she ran errands. He wanted that […] The post Becoming A Leader Of People appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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One Skill Today’s Leaders Must Have To Be Successful

Recently, I was in a meeting with a general manager of a hotel. It was a rather large facility with a small conference center. The facility had restaurants, meeting rooms, and of course, hotel rooms and suites, so there was a lot to manage. The sales manager introduced me to the general manager because she […] The post One Skill Today’s Leaders Must Have To Be Successful appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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14 Ways For Business Leaders To Build Team Cohesion

In business, as in any venture, team members who don’t trust each other are destined for setbacks and failure. It’s important from the outset for business leaders to take steps to build trust and cooperation among their employees to maximize productivity and team satisfaction. Modeling best behaviors and creating shared experiences are great for building […] The post 14 Ways For Business Leaders To Build Team Cohesion appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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Why is HR Still Fighting for a Seat at the Table 25 Years Later?

For 25 years, HR has been fighting for respect, for the proverbial seat at the table. But management still views HR as the compliance cops, payroll administrators, and the department to avoid. Why? I joined the Geeks Geezers and Googlization podcast to discuss why HR continues to be its own worst enemy and to recommend […] The post Why is HR Still Fighting for a Seat at the Table 25 Years Later? appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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16 Tips For Business Owners’ 2019 ‘To Do’ Lists

January is like the first blank page in a new notebook. What you do during that month can set the stage for success for your business for the entire year. Getting your business off to a great start in a new year requires planning, critical thinking and dedication to executing your strategy. We asked Forbes […] The post 16 Tips For Business Owners’ 2019 ‘To Do’ Lists appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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