Norm Bossio is an independent management consultant, trainer, and public speaker who provides technical assistance and training in a wide variety of management areas throughout the private and public sectors. Prior to founding Norm Bossio Enterprises, he was a teacher, principal, and superintendent in public schools. He also served for eight years as an adjunct faculty member and consultant to the Management Certificate Program at Stonehill College.
Norm received his B.S. from Springfield College and his M.Ed. from Boston State College. He has completed an additional 40 graduate hours at Northeastern University.
Over the past five years Norm has averaged over 450 speaking engagements annually. His work has carried him from British Columbia to Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has addressed more than 550 schools, colleges and universities and he has keynoted National Conferences in virtually every major industry. Since Norm began speaking in 1980, he has spoken in front of over 2 1/2 million audience members in venues ranging from an American Indian Village Tribunal to the Hoosier Dome. He once spoke to 400 high school students, 50 lingerie salespeople, and 45 nuclear physicists… all in the same day. His audiences have included clients ranging from Bill Clinton to Steven King. In 1994, he was named "Speaker of the Year" by the Yankee Chapter of Meeting Planners International.