The Enterprise Engagement Alliance provides a speakers bureau featuring the field’s leaders who combine front-line senior executive experience with the world’s first formal CEO-led strategy for integrating engagement efforts across the organization. All Enterprise Engagement speakers have extensive experience speaking before groups of all sizes on almost every continent. Our goal is to tie our presentations to your specific organizational strategies, tactics, and objectives.  See: ESM: News Analysis: What is the ROI of the $11 Billion Market for Motivational Speaking and Executive Coaching.

INTERVIEW ON ENTERPRISE ENGAGEMENT. To hear what an interview on Enterprise Engagement sounds like, listen to this interview with EEA Founder Bruce Bolger with Engage for Success Radio in the U.K.

Topics include:

  • The economic and other benefits.
  • The definition, framework, and implementation process.
  • The definition of an Enterprise brand and why having one is critical to success.
  • Why engagement hasn’t changed despite hundreds of billions in investments.
  • Research findings on economic and other benefits, including share price performance.
  • Background on ISO Annex SL and its impact on 60 ISO standards affecting 2 million companies.
  • How to foster alignment toward common goals.
  • Case studies.

Deliverables include:

  • A speaking program that supports broader organizational goals.
  • Help with developing your organization’s Enterprise brand.
  • Help with kicking off or maintaining strategic engagement efforts with customers, employees, distribution partners, vendors, investors, and other communities.\

Who we are:

Speakers include the founders of the Enterprise Engagement Alliance. They have either held C-suite positions at both large and small public, private, or government institutions, or have conducted extensive research and curriculum development in this field, including:

  • Bruce Bolger, Founder of the Enterprise Engagement Alliance, who has held executive positions at four companies; created and sold three businesses and was the co-creator of the first formal curriculum on engagement design.
  • Dr. Ron McKinley, Vice President of Standards at the Healthcare Management Institute of the University of Texas Medical Branch, with a 30-year career in senior human resource management at major public companies and health institutions, and Secretariat for the ISO Human Resources 260 Technical Committee.
  • Allan Schweyer, Enterprise Engagement Alliance Curriculum Director, responsible for the development of the Enterprise Engagement curriculum; Chief Academic Advisor for the Incentive Research Foundation at TheIRF.org, and an expert to human capital management and curriculum development.

Other speakers consultants include former C-suite executives at major corporations and university professors.