Clint Swindall

Clint SwindallClint believes in a focus on leadership enhancement. His solutions include leadership development programs, training, speaking and general consulting.

As a professional speaker, Clint travels the world delivering high-content speeches and training in an entertaining and inspirational style to Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and trade associations. His clients include 7-Eleven, American Express, BMW, Hallmark Gold Crown, Valero Energy Corporation, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, and Uno Chicago Grill.

Clint Swindall enjoys the challenge of enhancing employee engagement for his clients by delivering programs based on his book entitled Engaged Leadership: Building a Culture to Overcome Employee Disengagement (John Wiley & Sons, 2007). He recognizes that a culture of employee engagement is a two-way road, and that true engagement comes when leaders and employees are both doing their part. In addition to working with leaders to build a culture to overcome employee disengagement, Clint addresses the employee’s role in his follow-up book entitled Living for the Weekday: What Every Employee and Boss Needs to Know about Enjoying Work and Life (John Wiley & Sons, 2010).

He is the recipient of the Certified Speaking Professional designation. Less than 10% of speakers worldwide who belong to the National Speakers Association and the International Federation for Professional Speakers hold this designation.

As a professional speaker, trainer and leadership consultant, he has delivered his programs throughout the United States, Canada, South America, Mexico, Bermuda, and The Bahamas.
 

Popular Keynotes

Clint Swindall offers a range of topics to enhance the quality of leadership within your organization.

Engaged Leadership:
Building a Culture to Overcome Employee Disengagement

bullet Research indicates that less than one-third of employees are truly engaged. The vast majority of employees simply show up to work each day prepared to do the minimum to get by. This problem of employee disengagement is a source of ongoing frustration for leaders of any organization.

“The solution for overcoming employee disengagement is Engaged Leadership … a proactive approach to leadership that involves building consensus for the vision, inspiring employees to pursue the vision, and developing the team to realize the vision.”
 

Living for the Weekday:
What Every Boss and Employee Needs to Know about Enjoying Work and Life

bullet We live in a world of disengagement. According to The Gallup Organization, three out of four people are at some level of disengagement in their life. The people in this group have chosen to see their work as a necessary evil to survive. The result is often an entire career waiting for time away from work. They’re waiting for vacation.

When we help employees find a proper balance in their lives, we do much more than build employee engagement … we unleash tremendous amounts of much-needed creativity to help us compete in an ever changing business world.
 

Connecting Generations:
Enhancing Employee Engagement by Bridging the Generation Gap

bullet The ability to bring generations together is one of the single most important factors for business success in the new millennium. In order to achieve cooperation between the generations in the workplace, understanding the reasons for the differences and knowing how to respond to these differences will determine the level of success.

When generations can’t find a way to work together, it’s a shame. When the people running your business can’t get them to work together, it’s a disaster.


Tell Me Somethin’ Good!:
Building a Corporate Culture Focused on the Good Stuff

bullet These are tough times for many people. The global economic crisis has created anxiety for friends, family, and co-workers who have been affected directly or indirectly. If we can’t find enough negativity in our own world, the media provides a steady diet of negative information.

We each have a responsibility to help build a culture around us that gets everyone focused on the good in life. That’s what Tell Me Somethin’ Good! is all about.


Endorsements:

“There is no one out there like Clint Swindall. He can speak to a room of hundreds, or thousands, and make each person feel like his words were meant only for them. He is engaging, inspiring, and entertaining, yet completely grounded and approachable. Clint is a truly gifted individual, and it was a great honor to work with him.” –

Texas Trade Association
 

“Clint was a guest speaker at one of our professional development forums. He successfully engaged all levels of employees (even the most intractable), making key leadership points in terms every attendee could embrace and implement. He is a true professional in every sense of the word.” 

United States Army
 

 “Clint has, and continues to be, a resource or our organization. He has acted as a facilitator for strategic planning sessions, as well as provided motivating workshops focused with various teams, including sales and others. His programs are stimulating and challenging, and have received more positive reviews than any other similar professional has provided to our group.”

International Trade Association
 

“Clint has been a speaker at several of our conferences, and has been a pleasure to work with from an organization perspective. However, our clients say it best --- interesting, funny and mind expanding, absolutely superb, addressed our biggest issues, very inspirational. That is why we have asked him to speak several times.”

Bank Consulting Firm
 

“Clint made the difference for our 2010 Executive Leadership Series program, and as a plenary speaker or the Annual Meeting. His message was down to earth, but very powerful.”

National Trade Association

 


 

 
"We all have 7 days . . . "
Clint Swindall

 

Engaged Leadership:
Building a Culture to Overcome Employee Disengagement

There are two kinds of employees—engaged and disengaged. Engaged employees are those who are dedicated
to the organization's vision and eager to contribute. They are productive and live
by the organization's values. Disengaged employees are those who aren't even aware of the organization's vision and spend most of their time watching the
clock. They simply show up to work prepared to do the minimum to get by. Whereas engaged employees challenge those around them to do more and better, disengaged employees demoralize the productive employees with their lack of passion and intensity.

 

Living for the Weekday: What Every Employee and Boss Needs to Know about Enjoying Work and Life

Employee engagement drives superior performance—it's that simple. Good leaders know this, and take active steps
to promote it. Yet engagement is a two-
way street; no program works without employees stepping up and participating.
If you're a leader, this participation is the key to your team's breakthrough results.
If you're a team member, it's the ticket
for more life satisfaction and career advancement.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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