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Jack Altschuler

Book Jack to Keynote Your Next Event

When you want your attendees walking out of their session saying, “Wow!” and implementing changes for the better right away, you want Jack Altschuler as your keynote speaker.  It’s all about producing the results you want.  Jack puts it this way:

Getting more of what you want and less of what you don’t want

And if you’re a leader, the only way for that to happen is for those who look to you for leadership to give their very best – their A-Game.  That’s called “Employee Engagement” and that is what all of the Fully Alive Leadership© workshops are about.

As the Chief Alive Officer of Fully Alive, Jack presents motivating, engaging and informative keynote presentations and workshops designed to inspire leaders to be the best they can be.  That drives employee engagement, employee retention and delivers the greatest success.  And that’s what you want.

What others are saying about Jack

“Jack doesn’t tell you to do anything he doesn’t fully commit to himself and you know he would stop and confront it if he didn’t.  My most powerful take away value is that commitment is absolute and it is easier than not.” J. Buck Jabaily, Executive Director Greater Baltimore Cultural

-J. Buck Jabaily, Executive Director, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
“Hi – I’m David Houle.  I’m here to recommend Jack Altschuler’s Fully Alive Leadership presentation.  It’s a wonderful presentation. “I say that from the point of view of being a futurist.  I think about, I write about and I speak about the future every day of my life.  I’ve also

-David Houle, Futurist, Keynote speaker and author of The Shift Age
“Terrific, motivational, live actions that are easy to implement.” My most powerful take-away: “Everything! Great job!” Cheryl Young, CFO Easter Seals New Jersey, Inc. East Brunswick, NJ

-Cheryl Young, CFO, Easter Seals New Jersey, Inc.

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