About Randy Siegel
Randy Siegel is a nationally recognized specialist in professional development, self-branding, communications training, and executive positioning for corporate professional development programs and for individual clients.
"The Career Engineer," Randy Siegel helps organizations build dynamic leaders who make rain, close deals, motivate employees, and are more positive and productive at both work and home. He offers a proprietary process that facilitates self-discovery to clarify personal perspective, true purpose, and professional image. This engaging process transforms high-potential employees into highly motivated and effective leaders who are committed to their organizations and careers. Additionally, it helps presidents and CEOs become more charismatic leaders, spokespeople, and ambassadors for the organizations they serve.
Randy Siegel spent the first half of his career successfully promoting his clients' goods and services. Now, as a communications trainer, public speaker, coach, and writer, he helps clients market themselves and fast-track their careers. His integration of psychology and sociology with fundamental marketing concepts helps career-oriented men and women become "high voltage communicators™" by forging stronger relationships with key constituents.
Since founding his company in 1999, Randy has conducted hundreds of consultations, presentations, workshops, and coaching sessions for corporations, professional associations, nonprofit organizations, and marketing firms.
He has authored professional articles for Integrated Marketing, PR Journal, Washington Post, restoril online, Atlanta Business Chronicle, MarketingPro.com, and other publications. Randy has been quoted in USA Today, Wall Street Journal online, Fox Business News, the Washington Post, Southwest Airline’s in-flight magazine Spirit, and many other media outlets. His books PowerHouse Presenting: Become the Communicator You Were Born to Be and Engineer Your Career: Building a Blueprint for your Best Self are available through Amazon.com, and his monthly eNewsletter is valued by thousands of subscribers worldwide.
Randy's clients include Coca-Cola Enterprises, Earthlink, The Recording Academy (The Grammy Awards), Cox Communications, the Dallas Museum of Art, Viking Range Company, the University of Georgia MBA Program, State Farm Insurance, The Giving Institute, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, and Fleishman-Hillard International Communications. One client summed up Randy's work this way:
"You teach far more than communication; your message is about life issues, growth, awareness, and openness. It's powerful stuff, and your ability to communicate it and share your life is inspiring."
A former executive vice president and partner with Fleishman-Hillard International Communications, Randy opened the company's Atlanta office in 1989 and over the next ten years built it into one of the city's largest public relations firms. During his tenure there, the Atlanta Business Chronicle named him one of Atlanta's top marketing-driven public relations executives and "Big Idea Person."
Before joining Fleishman-Hillard, Randy expanded the food division of one of Atlanta's largest independent agencies, A. Brown-Olmstead & Associates. Previously, as director of communications for Canada Dry, he created the company's first communications department. He had earlier worked three years for Atlanta's largest public relations firm, Cohn & Wolfe, where he led the Chick-fil-A, Grolsch Importers, Ford Motor Company, and Milton Bradley account teams. From 1980 to 1983, he served as director of public relations and associate director for The National Kidney Foundation of Georgia. While at the foundation, he helped conceptualize "A Taste of Atlanta," which grew into one of Atlanta's largest fund-raising events.
Randy Siegel is a graduate of the University of Georgia Business School with a bachelor of business administration degree in marketing. In his free time, Randy enjoys painting and writing. To view his art, click here. He and his Dalmatian, Lucy, live in Asheville, N.C.