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Mark Scharenbroich shares core messages on how to build strong connections in the workplace that results in improved performance across the board. When individuals feel a stronger connection to their organization, loyalty, retention, and overall performance improves. Mark Scharenbroich has spent his career working in both industry and education discovering how some of the best organizations and business leaders build a climate that encourages people to perform at a higher level. Combine the timing of a stand-up comedian, the power of an inspirational speaker and the art of a storyteller and you get Mark Scharenbroich. He uses laughter to open his listeners’ minds and then moves them to action with messages aimed at the heart. Audience members will be reminded that their work is vital to the growth of the organization, be receptive to change and more positive in their approach to work, see the importance of working respectfully and collaboratively, and gain a greater connection and sense of purpose to their work. In addition, this guy is funny. He is very funny and his messages last long after the laughter fades away. Mark Scharenbroich is known internationally as a speaker and director of several award-winning programs on leadership and performance. His material is original, his performance is authentic, and his messages make sense. Mark Scharenbroich has 25 years of platform experience with 3500 audiences. He is part of the National Speakers Association (NSA) Hall of Fame and received the Council of Peers Award of Excellence from NSA. The Minnesota Meetings Magazine voted him Speaker of the Year. Count on Mark Scharenbroich’s presentations to be genuine, funny, relevant, and memorable. The difference between a good speaker and a great speaker is that a good speaker engages their audience and a great speaker moves an audience to action. TOPICS • Leadership: Building a stronger team through engaging others • Communication: Learning how to stop, drop and listen • Team building: Connecting people to a purpose • Performance: Fueling performance with passion • Recognition: Recognizing and affirming the contributions of others

Speech Topics

  • Leadership: Building a stronger team through engaging others.

  • Communication: Learning how to stop, drop and listen.

  • Team building: Connecting people to a purpose.

  • Performance: Fueling performance with passion.

  • Recognition: Recognizing and affirming the contributions of others.



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