About: Eric Chester
Eric Chester is an acclaimed in-the-trenches workforce researcher and thought leader. For more than 20 years, he has been studying, analyzing, and reporting on engaging workplace cultures.
As the author of five groundbreaking books for business owners, leaders, and managers, his ideas and strategies for finding and retaining frontline workers have been cited by major media and are used by companies and organizations all over the world.
Eric has delivered more than 3000 paid keynote speeches on three continents. He holds the prestigious CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) credential awarded by the National Speakers Association. He is a 2004 inductee into the International Professional Speakers Hall of Fame.
He is frequently mentioned or quoted in the national and international media such as Good Morning America, ABC 20/20, Fox News, NPR, and CNBC and in publications like Forbes, USA Today, and the Huffington Post.
Business leaders in every industry are looking for ways to ignite passion in their workforce—to create a culture where people perform better and stay longer. They’re seeking ways to connect with young employees who have radically different work ethic values. Turn to Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker Eric Chester.
And for nearly 30 years, the leaders of the world’s top corporations, franchises and associations have turned to Eric Chester for the answers and strategies they need.
As a Hall of Fame speaker and author of five best-selling books on employee development, Eric’s expertise is unparalleled. He’s shared his insights with more than two million people from Australia to the Netherlands, in every state in America and every province in Canada.