Roxanne Emmerich is America’s most sought-after workplace transformation expert. She is listed by Sales and Marketing Management magazine as one of the 12 most requested speakers in the country for her ability to transform negative workplace performance and environments into “bring it on” results-oriented cultures. Roxanne’s book “Thank God It’s Monday!” is a New York...read the rest
Roxanne Emmerich is America’s most sought-after workplace transformation expert. She is listed by Sales and Marketing Management magazine as one of the 12 most requested speakers in the country for her ability to transform negative workplace performance and environments into “bring it on” results-oriented cultures.
Roxanne’s book “Thank God It’s Monday!” is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Amazon #1 bestseller.
Can she speak?
- Roxanne has been named one of the 12 most requested speakers by Sales and Marketing Management magazine based on research done with bureaus.
- She has given more than 2,000 speeches to CEO groups, sales groups, and exec teams.
- Her Kick-Butt Kick-Off® process has energized hundreds of organizations to double service scores and quadruple sales growth. Several have experienced more growth in the first 30 days of working with her team than in the previous 10 years combined.
Can she hold up with a tough audience of executives?
- Roxanne has presented to the executive teams of Lockheed and Merck, as well as thousands of top-performing industry leaders, and been asked to be a key part of their leadership development programs.
- For fifteen years, she has been the first call when a group says, “We need a strong woman who can hold an audience of top executives.”
- She has keynoted every major banking convention—the toughest audiences—as well as many other industries over the last few decades.
What does she do?
- Roxanne is most often asked to speak on her Thank God It’s Monday! concept, based on her Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and International Bestselling book about transforming workplace cultures from mediocre to high-performance.
- An expert in creating high-performance cultures, Roxanne has taken many banks and businesses from the bottom 5 percent of their industries to the top 5 percent within 2 years.
- She helps leadership teams create seamless acquisitions by stopping the “us-versus-them” goat rodeo in its tracks. As a result, she has a 100-percent track record with acquisitions.
How’d she start?
- Roxanne started with $20 given to her by her father for college. Now she is the owner of a multitude of businesses including bank holding companies, technology firms, and consulting firms.
- She started as the only female business lender in her state and realized she had a knack for transforming the results of her clients. She said that she could tell the financials of companies within three minutes of walking in simply by listening to the conversation, and proved to her boss that she was 100 percent accurate. Since then, she has taught clients how to change the conversation to make healthier “agreements” and transform results.
What else has she done?
- She was named Philanthropist of the Year by the National Speakers Association.
- She was singled out by the University of Wisconsin as their 2004 Distinguished Alumna.
- She was inducted into the Speakers Hall of Fame.
- Besides keynoting hundreds of large conferences for 23 years, she has received several national and statewide awards for Entrepreneur of the Year.
- She runs The Emmerich Group with a division called Emmerich Financial that is the industry leader consulting company in high-performance banking for community banks. She is a household name in that sector, with 72 percent name recognition by bank executives.
What will she do for us?
- That’s the best part…whatever you need! She’s not a scripted one-trick pony. She’s hysterically funny and engaging, but there’s also depth and substance behind the fun. Because she’s a “been-there-done-it” person, she can both inspire your leaders to break through areas where they are stuck AND give them the skills to do it. Everything she does is different, so there aren’t too many types of projects she has missed.
If she’s not the right fit, she’ll be the first to know it, and she’ll bow out within 5 minutes of talking with you because she is committed to being the best return on investment in every place she goes. She’s had hundreds of CEOs tell her that her work was the best ROI they’ve had in decades. She wants nothing to do with delivering fluff and will let you know within minutes if you are not a good fit to work together.
If, on the other hand, the fit is good—prepare for some performance needles to move!read less