Scott Friedman, CSP, and former President of the National Speakers Association (NSA), is an internationally sought after speaker and author. Scott is a recipient of The Cavett Award -- the highest honor presented by the National Speakers Association (NSA).
Scott inspires and entertains with fun-filled, interactive and content-rich programs on a variety of topics. Scott’s main area of expertise is employee innovation, celebration, and customer experience. In addition to being the CCO- Chief Celebration Officer at Friedman & Associates, Scott has written “Celebrate - Lessons Learned from the World’s Most Admired Organizations,” “Happily Ever Laughter - How to Engage Any Audience,” and “Using Humor For A Change.”
As a Certified Speaking Professional (as designated by the NSA) and trusted member of the speaking community, Scott continues to have a strong presence both domestically and globally. Scott is the 2013 NSA Cavett Award Recipient. Scott was awarded the Meeting Professionals International (MPI) 2013 Recognizing Industry Success and Excellence (RISE) Award. Scott founded the Meetings Industry Council of Colorado (MIC), a coalition of professional meetings industry-related organizations. In 2002 Scott was awarded the International Association of Speaker Bureaus (IASB) Pace Setter Award, given annually to an individual outside the IASB who played an integral role in partnership with IASB to further advance the speaking industry.
Scott now spends his time speaking throughout Asia and around the globe. His international clients include Singapore Airlines, the Singapore Government, Gold Fields of South Africa, Young President’s Organization, Hyatt Asia, HSBC and many Fortune 1000 companies. He offers his clients a global and culturally sensitive perspective on how to get more out of work and life.
- Celebrate! Lessons Learned from the World’s Most Admired Organizations
- The Best Way to Predict the Future Is to Create It
- Connecting With Customers
- Sell-e-brate! Winning the Hearts and Business of Tomorrow’s Customers
- Using Humor for a Change
- Employee Innovation in Turbulent Times
- Happily Ever Laughter: How to Engage Any Audience
- How to Hold an Audience Without a Rope
- So You Think You're Funny: Enhancing Communication with Humor
Humor, Sales, Customer Service, Change, Motivation, Communication
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