Chip Eichelberger's interactive approach, as a speaker, goes beyond being motivational: it brings lasting and trans-formative change to businesses, groups and individuals in an energizing, entertaining and original format. He persuades audiences to face their challenges and then reach for a more compelling vision, stronger strategies and a healthier 'Get Switched On' mindset. Chip will do the homework necessary to customize his message with your theme and drive your team to be better at who they are so they will be better at what they do.
After five years with world-renowned business leader Tony Robbins, as his international point man, Chip launched his own career in 1993. He has since been selected to "Switch On" over 982 events for companies and associations such as Ford, Hyatt, Wells Fargo, Proctor & Gamble, Exxon, NADA and PMI.
Chip has been ranked Top 5 Speaker by Speaking.com for the past three years, and one of only 7% of the members
of the National Speakers Association to earn the prestigious Certified Speaking Professional designation. If your
looking to build trust in your organization, motivate, and add performance, then call Chip for your next meeting and
watch your team “Get Switched On”.
Just because you are an expert does not mean you are interesting to listen to. It is hard to persuade people if you are boring to listen to, lack a clear outcome, do not engage the listener and do not ask for a commitment.
Get Switched On" generates incredible energy and inspires your people; they, in turn, can attract and generate the energy to increase sales, energy to enhance customer service, energy to learn to do something new.
What will dominate the conversations at your next event? The board break is an intense, emotional and climatic physical metaphor dedicated to over-achievement and pushing your team spirit to new and lasting heights.
It is Not What the Market is Doing, What Are You Doing! To succeed in sales is more difficult than ever. What can you do to stand out from the competition?
Moving a company or your performance from "good" to "great" is not a matter of just moving up the next rung of the ladder. It's not like moving next door -- it's more like moving to another country-- that's how big the gap is..