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Influence, motivate and inspire your audience with "Attitude Enhancer" Julie Ann Sullivan!
Business Speaker, Julie Ann Sullivan

Julie Ann Sullivan speaks from experience. Known as the “Attitude Enhancer,” she believes that when people are given a new way of thinking, they have a better attitude towards work and life. Julie Ann works with organizations that want to create a workplace environment where people are productive, engaged and appreciated. She solves big problems with simple solutions. As a professional speaker, she has worked with many different companies and organizations including McDonald’s USA, the City of Pittsburgh, Bayer US. Julie Ann’s ultimate goal is not so much what participants hear in a presentation, but rather what they will use in their lives to uplift their attitude every day. She seeks to bring a more positive and productive environment into every business she visits. Julie Ann’s programs are known for her expertise, innovation, humor and engagement of her participants.

Julie Ann is a communication specialist, collaboration strategist, change steward and the founder of Learning Never Ends, which works to create a more positive culture – one person at a time. She has a diverse educational background which includes a BA in Psychology, an MBA in Accounting and a Certification as an Expert Level Practitioner as a Certified Laughter Leader. Julie Ann was a CPA and spent decades involved in the financial services industry. Now a full-time speaker, she is a professional member of the National Speakers Association and a member of the World Laughter Tour, Inc. and the Association of Applied and Therapeutic Humor. Also an accomplished writer, her newest book is titled A Little Bit of GRATITUDE Goes a Long Way. Julie Ann currently hosts the Mere Mortals Unite and Business that Care podcasts.

Julie Ann’s areas of expertise and speaking topics include…The Engagement Trifecta: Beat the odds and create a winning culture. Blueprint for Employee Engagement: 37 essential elements to influence, innovate and inspire. What’s So Great About Having the Last Word?: How to listen well and respond with clarity. Smart Strategies to Create Successful Collaboration: Building a better team. Transition Prescription: Dealing with the Headache of Change.