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

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

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

Blog Postings

What Leaders Should Consider Before Supporting ‘Work-Life Integration’

I’ve been reading a lot of articles recently, including an interview with Jeff Bezos, touting the new concept of work-life integration. When I hear “integration,” I think blending two things together — in this case, so that work is part of life. In fact, the very definition of integration is “an act of combining into […] The post What Leaders Should Consider Before Supporting ‘Work-Life Integration’ appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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Don’t Forget These 13 Overlooked Aspects Of Your Business Plan

Writing a formal business plan is an important step for any new venture. This document is meant to outline everything from the founding team to your financial projections and target customer base. No two business plans will be exactly alike, but there are a few important items that every plan should have, regardless of industry. […] The post Don’t Forget These 13 Overlooked Aspects Of Your Business Plan appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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The Shape Of Leadership: How To Successfully Develop Your Employees

Think of a parallelogram split from the top left corner to the bottom right. You’re left with two triangles. The triangle on the right, standing on its tip, is the employee triangle. When you bring an employee into your organization, if you don’t take care of them appropriately, they’ll fall to one side or the […] The post The Shape Of Leadership: How To Successfully Develop Your Employees appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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Lessons Learned from the John Maxwell Certification

One of the challenges to being a consultant is working on your own self-development. Remember that old saying that oftentimes it’s the cobbler’s kids that have no shoes? That can certainly be true of consultants, too. For me, I realized it was becoming true because I hadn’t invested in my own professional development in some […] The post Lessons Learned from the John Maxwell Certification appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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The Here-To-Stay Workplace Trends HR Shouldn’t Fear

There are plenty of articles circulating about 2018 human resources trends. But I don’t view these trends as prognostications. They’re already here. What we will see in the coming years is more of an upswell. For all of these trends, HR professionals need to be the ones to say, “How can I make this work […] The post The Here-To-Stay Workplace Trends HR Shouldn’t Fear appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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The Key To Employee-Empowering Leadership

What is a true leader? As an HR consultant for the past 17 years and partner at my company, a firm dedicated to providing more management horsepower for businesses, I’ve seen many different kinds of leaders, some highly effective and some less so. I think one of the key traits of a true leader is […] The post The Key To Employee-Empowering Leadership appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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Five Qualities To Improve To Be An Effective Leader

Leadership is not about the title. It’s about whether someone is following you. Leadership is about who you’re being, rather than what you’re doing. What does it take to be a real leader? Being a leader forces us to make tough decisions every day. We’ll be crippled if we make them based on trying to […] The post Five Qualities To Improve To Be An Effective Leader appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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The Key Stages in Training

If you follow my blog regularly, you’ll know the last several entries have to do with training. We talked about why training fails and then we covered mastermind-style training that really gets results. Today, I’m talking about some of the nuts-and-bolts behind those styles of training. If we’re going to train professionally, we must understand […] The post The Key Stages in Training appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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How to Use Mastermind Style Training to Get Results for Your Organization

Last month, we talked about how too many organizations view training as an event instead of as a process. As you might recall (if you missed the article, click here to read it), the challenge with that is that while we can give people some book knowledge in the event, there’s no follow-up and there’s […] The post How to Use Mastermind Style Training to Get Results for Your Organization appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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Why Training Fails

I often get calls from CEOs who will ask me, “Ed, can you come in and do a training for us?” I say, “Sure I can, but let’s talk about why you believe you need training.” That’s where the discussion gets interesting because I typically hear things that are very reactive. For example, with the […] The post Why Training Fails appeared first on EdKrow.com. ...

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