SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
Change | Management | Motivation | Sports | Stress Management | Teamwork
A legend in the speaking industry, Art Holst\s broad background provides the foundation for his messages of inspiration and humor. Art Holst was a salesman with Harlan E. Moore & Company, a building materials business for ten years.
Art Holst was a member of the Economic Security Committee of the United States Chamber of Commerce. For 12 years, he worked as an administrator of the Forest Park Foundation on park and recreation development, physical medicine and rehabilitation, housing for the elderly and other creative programs aimed at community betterment.
As an infantry captain in World War II, Art Holst learned to educate, train and motivate troops to react to challenging times.
Art Holst is best known for his humor and as a Sunday Zebra officiating for the National Football League for 15 years. He officiated four Championship games and two Super Bowls. Art Holst serves on the supervisory staff as an observer, rating college officials\ field performance. He is the author of Sunday Zebras.
What goes into an Art Holst presentation? A highly targeted, motivational message interspersed with NFL football anecdotes and good clean humor. One of his favorite themes is "The Challenge of Excellence," drawn from his personal experiences during his long career in business, sports and civic affairs.
His presentations are tailored to the client\s needs, whether kickoff, wind-up or seminar. Versatility is a trademark as he talks about handling change, problem solving, discipline, teamwork, communicating effectively and how to laugh at yourself. When Art Holst speaks, people listen, laugh, and leave with new expectations, and with the desire to put their talents to work, both on the job and in their personal lives.
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