Welcome to the Steve Roesler Group. From here you can connect with our leadership, talent development, presentations, and individual/corporate growth services. Founded by Steve Roesler in 1984, Roesler Group is a global leader in growing talent, creating effective leader relationships, and building businesses.

"Practical Ways to Become Extraordinary" was the description given by a long-time client who moved upward from marketing director to President of an international corporation.

Roesler Group Builds Extraordinary Careers, Companies, and Lives

The most revered organizations know that employees actually are their greatest asset. At the same time, building up people and performance can prove daunting. Our Total Development keynotes, workshops and learning programs enable our clients to get the best from themselves and their talent. We inspire, engage and educate executives, emerging leaders, salespeople and women at corporations. Our instant-application keynotes, workshops and learning programs enable our clients get the best from their talent. We inspire, engage and educate executives, emerging leaders, salespeople --at local, national and global organizations--so they can boost performance in a way that is real to them.

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Many of us in the workplace are stressed, overworked, and overextended. Yet our organizations seem to be asking still more of us. How do we learn to do more with less? And then still more with less again?

Steve has received top-tier billing on this accomplished series hosted by The Ken Blanchard Companies.

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All Things Workplace Blog

Presentation Success Tip: How To Help People Follow You
Create Transitions "We'll be back after this message from..." There's a reason why TV and radio announcers use that line. It's designed to help you understand what's about to happen and how it's connected to the programming. In broadcasting it's...

Why Should You Want to Work There?
An international survey of more than 500 HR executives by global talent management firm Bernard Hodes (now part of Findly) has found that the quality or reputation of products and services, the corporate culture and the work environment are a...

Do You Know Your Conversation Catalysts?
Do you want to spread your message for a product, service, or maybe an important organizational change? Here's a question to answer: "Who are your Conversation Catalysts?" My friend Valeria Maltoni , conversation and connection gurette, wrote about a Keller...

Inclined to Collaborate? You Should Be
"Collaboration is a key driver of overall performance of companies around the world. Its impact is twice as significant as a company’s aggressiveness in pursuing new market opportunities (strategic orientation) and five times as significant as the external market environment...

Really: How Many Choices Do You Want?
The rallying cry of sales reps, product managers and politicians is "Choices! We offer choices!" My observation? We really don’t like having too many choices. It makes us a little nervous. Every option leads to a chance to foul something...



Testimonials

"Steve is the type of professional that immediately puts you at ease. An excellent coach, he provided me with great insight and creative ideas on ways to better communicate and present myself to others.” 
J. Confaloni, Weber Distribution

"Steve is an excellent judge of personalities and situations. He is able to tailor training and coaching programs to fit the needs of the individual or groups. I would strongly recommend Steve and his partners. . ."
Jeffrey Carlton, Minerals Technologies, Inc.

Steve Roesler Factoids

Steve once made 59 speeches in 63 days while on a business speaking gig across the entirety of  South Africa. He fainted from exhaustion on day 61 in front of an audience of 3,000. When he awoke, he received a standing ovation. Steve is thinking of making this a regular part of his practice.

Steve coached the first African-American finalist, Miss New Jersey, in the Miss America Pageant.

 

 

More Curious Facts...

Steve once conducted sales presentation training for Pfizer with the participants being flown in from China and Brasil. Neither group spoke English. The two days were simultaneously translated in both languages and proved that a combination of design, focused graphics, and modeled activities can actually help you to bump up your game.