1st Keynote Announced for 2011 WI SHRM State Conference

We are excited and pleased to announce the first of our keynote speakers for the 2011 WI SHRM State Conference being held at the Monona Terrace October 12-14, 2011, Mr. Scott Christopher.

Scott Christopher is co-author of the best-selling The Levity Effect: Why It Pays to Lighten Up and Director of Speaking and Training at the O.C. Tanner Company.

He has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, Fox Business Channel, CNBC, National Public Radio, BBC and has been quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, New York Post, Newsweek, Economist magazine, Ladies Home Journal and many other publications.

A contributing author of the bestseller A Carrot a Day, a regular columnist for Workplace HR magazine, and a consultant on strengthening work culture with recognition and fun, Scott travels the world speaking to leadership groups at conferences and on-site client meetings. He is a highly sought speaker at SHRM National conventions and has spoken at dozens of state and regional SHRM conferences. With a background in radio, television, and film, Scott’s presenting style is upbeat, witty, and unforgettable.

In his rare spare time, Scott is a professional voiceover artist, emcee and actor (SAG), appearing on network television series Everwood,Touched by an Angel and in Disney Channel movies.

While an undergraduate at Brigham Young University, Scott was honored with the United States’ most prestigious acting scholarship, the Irene Ryan Award, at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

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