2017 WI SHRM State Conference Keynote Announced – Avish Parashar


The Wisconsin State SHRM Council is excited to welcome Avish Parashar as the next keynote speaker for the 2017 WI SHRM State Conference being held at the Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in the Wisconsin Dells, October 11-13.

Avish Parashar is a funny motivational keynote speaker whose programs are a unique blend of humor, content, and interaction that makes the information relevant, engaging, and memorable.

“Avish is that rare breed of speaker that is able to use personal material but craft it in a way that is relevant and has a powerful message for the audience. He’s the perfect balance of practical content and dynamic entertainment!”
-Chip Lutz, Conference Chair, AATH Annual Conference

As a motivational keynote speaker, Avish energizes, inspires, and entertains his audiences while giving them the tools to respond to three critical challenges:

  1. The world is changing faster than ever, and people often get “stuck in the past,” resisting and complaining about change instead of embracing it and moving forward.
  2. Workload increases while resources decrease, leading to the tremendous stress and overwhelm of constantly being asked to do more and more with less and less.
  3. Communicating with other people (customers, prospects, and other employees) who are difficult, different from us, or who respond to us in unexpected ways leads to stress, conflict, and missed opportunities.

Check out Avish in action here

Follow Avish on Twitter here
Connect With Avish on LinkedIn here
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More information about the WI SHRM State Conference can be found here
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