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Mike McKinley

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MIKE McKINLEY

A businessman, motivational speaker, consultant, author, and business owner. 

Topics:

Motivation

Change

Customer Service

Leadership

Teamwork

Safety

Balancing Work & Home


Presenting hard-hitting business content delivered in a fun way, Mike entertains while he teaches – presenting as the keynote speaker, at corporate trainings, to in-house programs, and for professional association meetings. His long-term client list includes Chrysler, Toro, American Airlines, Great Clips for Hair, Subway, American Family and First Bank. Hundreds of companies – from construction to healthcare, high technology firms to the auto industry – have relied on Mike for insight into creating today’s business innovation and success.

With a career in manufacturing and retail and with experience in radio and television broadcasting, Mike has a breadth of business expertise on which to draw when he shares his ideas and programs with large audiences, individuals, management teams and boards of directors across the country.

Motivation

Learn to make the most of each day. People with a positive outlook are happier and more effective both at work and at home.  Mike sparks permanent changes by motivating you to focus on what is important in your life.

Change

You simply must change to keep up with your competition.  But change doesn’t have to be scary. Learn how to react to change constructively, thereby maximizing your performance and encouraging flexibility in the people around you.

Customer Service

Right now your competition is busy trying to win over your customers.  Don’t let that happen!  Learn how to take your clients beyond customer service to a place called “customer specialness,” where your clients are loyal and your sales increase.

Leadership

Learn when to manage and when to lead.  Businesses need to be managed, but people need to be led. Effective managers who are also leaders become resource people for, not bosses of, others.  And isn’t that what superVISION is all about?

Teamwork

In an era of cutbacks, improving productivity with fewer employees becomes essential.  But accomplishing more with fewer people takes teamwork.  Learn how to meet or exceed your goals—without compromising quality or service standards—by building self-motivated teams.

Safety

If an organization’s leaders are not totally committed to safety, you can bet no one else is.  Learn how to make safety an everyday practice.  Remember, if someone thinks something is unsafe, it is.

Balancing Work & Home

It’s hard to succeed at work and at home when both are filled with goals, expectations, and demands.  Finding the right balance can increase your productivity and improve your attitude.  Put more balance in your life!

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