Clint is the president and CEO of Verbalocity, Inc., a personal development company with a
focus on leadership enhancement. These solutions include leadership development programs,
training, speaking and general consulting.
As a professional speaker, Clint travels the world delivering high-content speeches and training
in an entertaining and inspirational style to Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and
trade associations. His clients include 7-Eleven, American Express, BMW, Hallmark Gold Crown,
Valero Energy Corporation, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, and Uno Chicago Grill.
Clint enjoys the challenge of enhancing employee engagement for his clients by delivering programs based on his book entitled Engaged Leadership: Building a Culture to Overcome Employee Disengagement (John Wiley & Sons, 2007 and 2011). He recognizes that a culture of employee engagement is a two-way road, and that true engagement comes when leaders and employees are both doing their part. In addition to working with leaders to build a culture to overcome employee disengagement, Clint addresses the employee's role in his follow-up book entitled Living for the Weekday: What Every Employee and Boss Needs to Know about Enjoying Work and Life (John Wiley & Sons, 2010).
He is the recipient of the Certified Speaking Professional designation. Less than 10% of speakers worldwide who belong to the National Speakers Association and the International Federation for Professional Speakers hold this designation.
As a professional speaker, trainer and leadership consultant, he has delivered his programs throughout the United States, Canada, South America, Mexico, Bermuda, and The Bahamas.
- Engaged Leadership: Building a Culture to Overcome Employee Disengagement -
Research indicates that less than one-third of employees are truly engaged. The solution for overcoming employee disengagement is Engaged Leadership...a proactive approach to leadership that involves building consensus for the vision, inspiring employees to pursue the vision, and developing the team to realize the vision. In the midst of managing the business, there must be a focus on developing better leaders who understand the importance of a strong culture with a focus on the employee.
In this program, Clint will discuss the importance of all three aspects of Engaged Leadership, and will stress the overall importance of having what he calls a "character core." He will share a considerable amount of useful information, and deliver his message in an entertaining and inspirational style.
- Living for the Weekday: What Every Boss and Employee Needs to Know about Enjoying Work and Life - It doesn't take a mathematician to figure out the numbers are against us. With seven days in a week, disengaged employees spend five miserable days living for the weekend. Simply put, our work consumes too much of our time to not find ways to become more engaged. We can sit around and wait for the perfect job to come along. We can sit around and wait for the perfect boss to come along. Or, we can enjoy the power that comes with
controlling our own destiny.
We all look forward to the weekend, but those who truly enjoy life have found a way to look forward to Monday as much as they look forward to Friday. This program will move your audience one step closer to employee engagement by moving them one step closer to a balanced life.
- Connecting Generations: Enhancing Employee Engagement by Bridging the Generational Gap - It is essential that we learn how to approach the generational challenges in the workplace. For the first time in history, we have four generations in the workforce --- four generations that have been shaped by the times in which they grew up. Much of the focus on generations today is on the differences between these cohorts. In this training, we'll spend some time discussing the differences, and how we can use those differences to enhance the working relationship. But more importantly, we'll spend some time discussing our similarities, and how the organization can benefit by taking time to understand each generation. Not only will participants learn how to enhance relationships in the workplace, they'll leave this training with a stronger understanding of the generational impact in all aspects of their life.
- Tell Me Somethin' Good!: Building a Corporate Culture Focused on the Good Stuff - The negativity around us is real and isn't going away, even after the current onslaught of pessimistic information is gone. The question is how we live an inspired life despite all the negativity. The answer involves us challenging ourselves and those around us to search out and stay focused on the good stuff. We each have a responsibility to help build a culture around us that gets others focused on the good in life. That's what Tell Me Somethin
Good! is all about.
There are plenty of negative people who will gladly contribute to the culture of negativity. This program is designed for those people who want to be a part of the solution of a positive culture. You'll learn some things that can enhance the personal and professional life of the people around you. But most importantly, you'll enhance YOUR personal and professional life in this program.