I write to you today to rave about Frank Bucaro. Frank proved to be an outstanding keynote speaker when he recently spoke to the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. From his preparation and follow-up ahead of the convention, to his content, delivery and willingness to provide additional resources to ADA and its attendees, Frank displayed both professionalism and humility, which added significant credibility to his message.
Frank spoke to our group of approximately 300 audiologists on the five pillars of business development: reputation, trust and loyalty, accountable leadership, having a moral compass and stewardship in his keynote presentation, “Good Company: Be the Organization that People Want to Work For, Partner With, Invest In and Buy From.”
Frank combined real life experience and humor to create an engaging and thought-provoking experience for ADA attendees. He illustrated key messages about “doing the right thing” in a way that did not provoke defensiveness, but rather invoked a lasting desire by the audience to be better practitioners and better people.
Not only was his message meaningful, but it was also timely and timeless! Further, it was delivered in a way that allowed attendees to apply it immediately to their daily lives.
I would recommend Frank to any group who seeks a relevant message about business ethics, without the condescending undertones that such a delicate topic can bring.
“Thank you for the excellent presentation you gave yesterday. It was tailored appropriately for our audience and perfectly set up the subject matter we presented. You are truly deserving of every speaker award on your resume! I will definitely look for opportunities where we can work together again.”
Charles K. Brown
NCH Marketing Services, Inc.
“Thank you so much for being our closing speaker. You were terrific as usual! You’re always good and as always,(along with my own page of notes from your talk) I heard many wonderful things about your presentation as we were wrapping things up.
Thank you for helping us focus on what is important and for providing the tools to spread
Patricia McLaughlin, Executive Director
Illinois Movers and Warehousemen’s Association