Virtual Experience with Steve Gutzler
Here are three dynamic ways we partner with our clients to produce extraordinary outcomes:
- VIRTUAL KEYNOTE AND WORKSHOPS
A number of organizations and clients prefer a “live virtual program”. This puts us on air directly from our Seattle studio, LIVE, in a real-time event. These can be delivered in a 60 to 90-minute keynote or 2 to 3-hour interactive workshop. Our studio team can utilize all major platforms for live virtual events.
(see Steve’s speaking page for all his programs)
- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SERIES
This is a popular option for clients who wish to partner with us to design several weeks of leadership development around increased emotional intelligence, impactful influence, and team collaboration and goals. We create custom content that is delivered to your leadership team and key contributors.
(typically delivered in a series 3 to 5 one-hour interactive presentations with Q&A)
- LEADERSHIP SUMMITS AND ALL-HANDS
This is designed for high-level events to rally your team around an inspired vision. This half-day event (virtual or in-person) is a deep dive experience of leadership transformation. Steve will customize the program with the collaboration and discussions with senior leaders.
Schedule your discovery call with Michelle Joyce today to learn more about hiring Steve for a virtual meeting with your team!
Phone: (704) 965-2339
“Steve Gutzler was incredibly well-received yesterday– the feedback throughout the day by attendees and CEOs after his virtual keynote was overwhelmingly positive and effusive. His message was a perfect way to kick-off the meeting and set an incredible tone for the day. It was timely, relevant, and inspiring. He hit it out of the park!”
“Steve inspired our global team through an inspirational and thought-provoking session that left our team motivated to recognize the opportunities ahead, rather than the obstacles in our path, and take ownership of their vision and journey. We are confident the time he spent with us will have a lasting impact on all of us.”