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Pioneer In Experiential Team Building
Matt Weinstein is the nation’s foremost authority on the use of fun and humor in team building. Matt is the founder and “Emperor” of Playfair, Inc., an international consulting firm based in Northern California. He was elected to the Professional Speaker’s Hall of Fame by the National Speaker’s Association, and was honored by Successful Meetings Magazine as one of the “21 Top Speakers for the 21st Century.”
Matt Weinstein’s television special “Fun Works!: The Power of Humor in the Workplace” was broadcast nationally on PBS. Matt is the author of many popular books including Managing To Have Fun, Gently Down The Stream, Work Like Your Dog, and Dogs Don’t Bite When A Growl Will Do.
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Matt Weinstein – Pioneer In Experiential Team Building
Matt Weinstein – Motivational Speaker
Matt Weinstein – What Bernie Madoff Couldn’t Steal From Me
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This hands-on session will teach the skills of “Managing To Have Fun.” For the past thirty years Matt Weinstein’s Playfair organization has been a laboratory for the development of “fun-centered” management skills that can have a profound effect on team building, employee retention, and corporate loyalty.
Award-winning inspirational speaker Matt Weinstein was on vacation in Antarctica when he learned via satellite telephone that he had lost his entire life savings in the Bernie Madoff scandal. In this highly personal, interactive and entertaining program, Matt Weinstein recounts the inside story of the highly-secretive Madoff fund.
Every working person has heard that he is supposed to work smarter, not harder— but what, exactly, does that mean? How, exactly, do you do that? One important step to working smarter is to learn the skills of working like your dog.
Four Unforgettable Keys to Success in Life and Work
Simply put, Matt was one of the best, if not THE best, keynote we’ve ever had. Our President challenged me to find a speaker who would reinforce the “fun and recognition as business accelerators” message. He pronounced it “perfect.”
“He was fantastic! We were giving standing ovations all day long even after he left!”
“Nice interaction with the crowd, high energy.”
— CNB Bank