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Phil Van Hooser, MBA, CSP, CPAE

When organizations want to transform their leadership talent to drive performance and productivity, Phillip Van Hooser, MBA, CSP, CPAE is the trusted advisor they can confidently turn to for guidance to do it right!

Leadership + Professional Development Experience

For 10 years, Phil worked in Human Resources and Employee Relations positions for FORTUNE 500 companies. And with 15+ years in bank leadership, Phil knows firsthand the setbacks and financial struggles caused by unprepared leadership.

So for 30+ years, Phil’s compelling purpose has been to show managers how to build engaged, constructive connections with those they lead. Consequently, more than 1,000 U.S. companies and organizations have realized better business results from Phil’s work with them. And two-thirds of those clients have secured his guidance and expertise repeatedly!

Online Leadership Development

Because of the demand for comprehensive, online leadership training that works, Phil developed Leaders Ought to Know® . Based on his popular book, Leaders Ought to Know, these online management courses give managers essential, practical leadership guidance.  As a result, frontline supervisors, managers and senior management teams strengthen employee relations and leadership engagement to achieve growth and competitive advantage.

Phil Van Hooser: Business Writer & Mentor

An accomplished business writer, and mentor to emerging leaders, Phil has laid out a clear success plan in multiple books including Willie’s Way: 6 Secrets for Wooing, Wowing and Winning Customers and Their Loyalty, and his latest release, We Need to Talk: Building Trust When Communicating Gets Critical.

Phil Van Hooser is a 30+ year member and past president of the National Speakers Association. He is a Certified Speaking Professional and a member of the CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame. He is also a recipient of the Cavett Award, NSA’s highest honor.

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