Dr. Joseph Mancusi, is one of America's most sought after inspirational and motivational speakers. Dr. Mancusi presented programs at the White House not once, not twice, but six times. He has delivered almost 3000 keynote addresses and training programs in all 50 states and 18 countries including the Netherlands, Belgium, Argentina, the former Soviet Union, France, England, Jamaica, and New Zealand.
The NBC Today Show, CBS News, CNBC, and CNN have all featured his work. You may have seen him on MSNBC Hardball or read about him in the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, USA Today or the Los Angeles Times.
Dr. Mancusi serves on the faculty of the Center for Financial Studies and the Institute for Management Studies. A clinical psychologist, he once directed the largest psychology program in the world with 1400 Ph.D.'s for the Veterans Administration. Currently, Dr. Mancusi is president of the Center for Organizational Excellence, which he founded in 1983.
President Reagan gave him a Presidential Commendation for his participation in the Presidents Commission on Executive Exchange. He was assigned to Equitable Life for a year. He has numerous "Best Speaker Awards" including being named Top Speaker at 7 National Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) conventions.
He has served on the faculty of graduate schools and medical schools in Tennessee and The District of Columbia.
His honors include the New Rochelle Boys' Club Wall of Fame and The Iona College Alumni Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Health Care". The mayor named him an "Okie from Muskogee". The Tennessee Lung Association named him Volunteer of the Year.
Dr Mancusi speaks on Emotional Intelligence, Success, Stress Reduction, Changing Corporate Culture, Going from Existing to Excelling and Men and Women at Work.
With his wife, award winning teacher, Stella Mancusi he does programs on Communications, Relationships, Health and Education,
His website is mancusi.net. He can be reached at email@example.com or at 703-444-5673. His forthcoming website with Christmas Tree Stories and messages for parents and children will be at christmastreestories.com