Eric Papp: Effectiveness Expert

Eric Papp: Effectiveness Expert

Mr. Eric Papp, Papp - Motivational Speaker

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Ownership At Work: Working Smarter & Navigating Change

Author of "Leadership By Choice" and host of the podcast "Ownership At Work" Eric has successfully worked with thousands of managers. Clients: Government, Insurance, Associations, and Small Business

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Tampa, FL, FL (US)

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Eric Papp: Effectiveness Expert
Mr. Eric Papp, Papp - Motivational Speaker

Agape Leadership, LLC

Ownership At Work: Working Smarter & Navigating Change

Author of "Leadership By Choice" and host of the podcast "Ownership At Work" Eric has successfully worked with thousands of managers. Clients: Government, Insurance, Associations, and Small Business

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Tampa, FL

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Eric Papp: Effectiveness Expert - Motivational Speaker

Eric Papp: Effectiveness Expert

Agape Leadership, LLC

Ownership At Work: Working Smarter & Navigating Change

Author of "Leadership By Choice" and host of the podcast "Ownership At Work" Eric has successfully worked with thousands of managers. Clients: Government, Insurance, Associations, and Small Business

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from: Tampa, FL

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Eric Papp: Effectiveness Expert,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/ericpapp/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Administrative Responsibilities Slowing Sales?

One of the biggest killers I observe when working with sales professionals is how they are inundated with so many administrative responsibilities that prevent them from prospecting, visiting customers, or creating new value for their existing clients. The executive team wants to grow sales but sometimes fails to see the roadblocks they place in the…...

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Top 2 Ways To Be Ineffective

The quest to increase effectiveness and efficiency is everywhere. It can be heard in meetings where the boss talks about “doing more with less” or seen on television commercials by “save time” and order a Peloton bike or treadmill. Before we begin our search for the latest productivity app or lifehack, we must first look…...

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Are you getting interrupted?

Over 70% of people who work in an office experience interruptions at work. Some of these interruptions are unavoidable. However, if we dig a little deeper, we may be able to improve your situation at work. There are two types of interruptions 1. Internal Self-Inflicted. We answer our phone for every incoming text message or…...

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Offering Advice vs. Listening

“I need to talk to you about _______,” my wife said. “Ok,” I responded. And as she proceeds to tell me a problem, I have to catch myself multiple times wanting to interrupt her and give her the solution. Do you think she wants a solution or wants me to listen? Over 80% of the…...

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Stay Persistent

“Yeah, you’re gonna need to buy a new phone.” The response I got from a Best Buy rep when I walked in the door and explained that my phone was having a hard time charging. “Really? A new phone just because it’s not charging.” I responded. “Well, why don’t you talk to Mike; he’s our…...

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Does Conflict Impact Productivity?

Most times when we hear the word “conflict”, we associate it with negativity. And most people in organizations try to avoid conflict at all costs. But there are two types of conflict. Healthy Conflict vs. Unhealthy Conflict And if you don’t have healthy conflict you most assuredly have unhealthy conflict, and this can lead to…...

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Manage Promises, not people
Innate Busyness

“How are you doing?” “What are you doing?” Sound familiar? One of our first questions when seeing someone is usually about the behavior of “doing something.” And constantly “doing something” or keeping ourselves busy is a habit that we probably acquired at a young age. As a child we may have been told, “find something…...

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Courage vs Conformity

What does courage look like at your work? Is it having a tough conversation with a boss, disciplining an employee for inappropriate behavior, or pushing back in a meeting? Anyone of these situations requires some amount of courage. Do they happen consistently? If we are honest, probably not. I’d be willing to bet that in…...

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Structure of Accountability

“Your check-in time is 7:49,” the receptionist told me as I arrived for an eight o’clock doctor visit. “Thank you”, I responded. As I was on my way to sit down, I thought what a subtle way to inform people if they are on time for their appointment or not. We have become a society…...

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