Speakers

Meet our speakers



Ty Bennett

Leadership, Inc.

When Ty was 21 years old, he and his brother Scott started a business in direct sales, which they built to over $20 million in annual revenue while still in their twenties. As a young entrepreneur, Ty continues to engage his team's focus to grow sales. He has developed over 500 sales managers globally with sales and leadership in 37 countries. In his talks, Ty uses the power of influence and storytelling to provide audiences with tangible techniques that will increase their influence and their impact as leaders and as salespeople.

With a natural ability to engage and empower others, Ty draws on his experience in the trenches to share real and tangible techniques about the principles of leadership that continue to create his success. The founder of Leadership Inc., who has been featured as one of the Top 40 Under 40, Ty is a young fresh voice providing interactive presentations that are engaging, dynamic and inspiring.

His clients include some of the most recognizable brands in the world such as: Coca-Cola, Subway, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Remax. Ty has shared the stage with celebrities, Olympians and world-renowned thought leaders such as President Bush and President Clinton.

Ariel R. Enisman, Esq.

Attorney at Law
The Presser Law Firm P.a.

Ariel R. Enisman, Esq. is an attorney at The Presser Law Firm, P.A., Asset Protection Attorneys a nationwide Asset Protection Law Firm, specializing in helping both individuals and businesses in connection with the establishment of comprehensive Asset Protection Plans that incorporate both domestic and international components.

Ariel Enisman, Esq., holds a Law degree from Nova Southeastern University Law School where she is now a Mentor to other law students. In addition she holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami. She is a professional member of the National Speakers Association. She is active in a number of professional advisory committees throughout South Florida. Most recently, Ariel received the award for Woman of the year for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, in which she raised funds for LLS blood cancer research in honor of local children who are blood cancer survivors, the Boy & Girl of the Year.

Elizabeth Laderman

Senior Outreach Economist
Federal Reserve bank of San Francisco

Liz Laderman is a Senior Outreach Economist in the Economic Education and Outreach Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. She speaks to outreach audiences on current economic conditions, the economic outlook, and monetary policy. Liz also does research on household finance, small and new business finance, and small and new business employment. She has published over 50 research papers and articles. Liz has a B.A. in mathematics from Grinnell College and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of California at Berkeley.

George Thomas

The Sales Lion

George B Thomas has more than 20 years of industry experience. He holds 11 HubSpot certifications and is a HubSpot Accredited Trainer. He is a thought leader when it comes to inbound/content marketing, business video, podcasting, social media marketing, business management, and development. He enjoys learning, teaching, and developing new solutions for companies who want to work hard and grow.

Rob Wolff

High Performing Culture

World-class organizations have long recognized the powerful influence their cultures have on the performance of their people, and by extension, the performance of their companies. Not surprisingly, while most organizations allow their cultures to evolve naturally, top-performing ones don’t leave this to chance. Instead, they’re amazingly intentional about how they create and drive the culture they want to have. How they do it is the topic of this program.

This isn’t your standard abstract or theoretical program about the importance of creating a vision or mission statement. Rather, it's a practical, actionable, no nonsense program designed to give participants insight into ways to leverage their corporate culture as a distinct competitive advantage. The facilitator, Rob Wolff, regularly writes and speaks on the topics of culture and employee engagement. Delivered with his down-to-earth, yet passionate style, and filled with lots of examples from his 30 years of leadership experience, Rob’s program covers such topics as: The difference between a “good culture” and a “high-performance culture”; Why values are less important than behavior; Why vision and mission statements are often a mistake; and The role of ritual in sustaining a focus on culture over the long run