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Orlando Based Customer Service Keynote Speaker jeff noel

Orlando Disney Customer Service Speakers


Most executives are stuck. And you might be one of them.

This is long so if you’re not a meeting planner or executive looking for a breakthrough keynote speaker, save your time and move on. And just to be clear about breakthrough, the platform and messages have been honed from 30 years at Disney.


With your leaders? Your employees? With customer satisfaction? With profits? With your ability to continuously improve, at everything?

Are any of these being exploited at the expense of another?


What if you could partner with a leader who is hellbent on helping you and your organization put a dent in your Universe?

For starters, to help you…

Live like you mean it.
Lead like you mean it.
Serve like you mean it.

To challenge you to choose between a life of seeing profit as the goal or seeing profit as the reward.

Remarkable keynote speakers, the ones that challenge everything and compel you to rethink the five keys to competitive immunity, well, yeah, we need more of them.

A new one just entered the marketplace….

Thirty years at Disney, the past 15 speaking for Disney Institute. Globally. Every imaginable industry.

Close enough to Walt-Disney-crazy to be bestowed not one, but two big Disney Lifetime Acheivement awards.

Your culture is tricky.

It’s what your people think and do, without thinking.


Long term, deeply embedded habits.

Unintentionally created by default.

Yet it is your reality.

What we accept by default becomes the standard.


The good news?

Great organizations, like Disney, have a culture created (and maintained, and improved) by focused and disciplined design.

There’s a success formula for operationalizing your habits for excellence.

But you’ll have to reach higher, think deeper, and care more than ever.

The perfect keynote serves as a catalyst.

The perfect keynote compels people to be brave enough to burn their ships..

If not now, when? If not ever, why?

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By jeff noel

No male on my Dad's side had lived past 60.