Speaking from the heart about what matters

Want to challenge the status quo, expose elephants in the room and move yourself and your team toward a new healthier, more productive, fulfilling and profitable paradigm? For your next executive retreat, conference, workshop or other corporate event, consider booking Andy to address pertinent issues. He brings a thorough, sophisticated, analytical approach combined with his directness, honesty and clarity to bear on team critical issues. Andy speaks on leadership, team health, team dysfunction, while integrating the relevant sciences that underlay these topics.

Andy is an engaging and passionate speaker who tackles many topics often overlooked in the workplace.  With a particular sensitivity to the needs of introverts in the organization and a desire to see the full benefit of robust diversity in the company

Andy is part of the Price Speakers Group.  For his speaker sheet, click here.

To book Andy to speak at an upcoming event in your organization, please contact Sharon Brooks, VP Client Relations at Price Associates, sharon@price-associates.com, (208) 899-4121

  • The world all around us is based on a principle of balance.  In the U.S., we’ve lost our balance as it relates to leadership.  This presentation gives three practical steps to recover the balance needed in our leadership teams.

  • Introversion is grossly misunderstood in Western culture.  This presentation exposes five common myths and teaches five important truths about the temperamental trait of introversion.

  • Differences don’t need to divide us.  Learn about both sides of the introvert-extrovert continuum, and the ambiverts in the middle.  Practical tips for appreciating the differences and valuing each other are given in this presentation.  [Sometimes this presentation is given by co-presenters from each side of the continuum]

  • The principle of entropy is explained as the force that leads us toward conflict.  A practical plan for preventing conflict and moving toward greater degrees of health as a team is given in this presentation.

  • Emotional intelligence is a key to organizational health and employee engagement.  Understand the construct of emotional intelligence and how to apply it to drive employee engagement.

  • There is much misunderstanding about the nature of conflict because most of us are conflict avoidant.  What we don’t understand can still hurt us as a team.  Learn a comprehensive model to explain and prevent conflict on your team.

Speaking from the heart about what matters

Want to challenge the status quo, expose elephants in the room and move yourself and your team toward a new healthier, more productive, fulfilling and profitable paradigm? For your next executive retreat, conference, workshop or other corporate event, consider booking Andy to address pertinent issues. He brings a thorough, sophisticated, analytical approach combined with his directness, honesty and clarity to bear on team critical issues. Andy speaks on leadership, team health, team dysfunction, while integrating the relevant sciences that underlay these topics.

Andy is an engaging and passionate speaker who tackles many topics often overlooked in the workplace.  With a particular sensitivity to the needs of introverts in the organization and a desire to see the full benefit of robust diversity in the company

Andy is part of the Price Speakers Group.  For his speaker sheet, click here.

To book Andy to speak at an upcoming event in your organization, please contact Sharon Brooks, VP Client Relations at Price Associates, sharon@price-associates.com, (208) 899-4121

  • The world all around us is based on a principle of balance.  In the U.S., we’ve lost our balance as it relates to leadership.  This presentation gives three practical steps to recover the balance needed in our leadership teams.

  • Introversion is grossly misunderstood in Western culture.  This presentation exposes five common myths and teaches five important truths about the temperamental trait of introversion.

  • Differences don’t need to divide us.  Learn about both sides of the introvert-extrovert continuum, and the ambiverts in the middle.  Practical tips for appreciating the differences and valuing each other are given in this presentation.  [Sometimes this presentation is given by co-presenters from each side of the continuum]

  • The principle of entropy is explained as the force that leads us toward conflict.  A practical plan for preventing conflict and moving toward greater degrees of health as a team is given in this presentation.

  • Emotional intelligence is a key to organizational health and employee engagement.  Understand the construct of emotional intelligence and how to apply it to drive employee engagement.

  • There is much misunderstanding about the nature of conflict because most of us are conflict avoidant.  What we don’t understand can still hurt us as a team.  Learn a comprehensive model to explain and prevent conflict on your team.