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Fox Business News
Randy Siegel is a nationally recognized expert in helping businesspeople build successful careers and live meaningful lives by connecting to their passion, purpose, and power. For more than twenty years, he has served the media as an expert source. His areas of expertise include:
- Building Rapport
- Communications Skills including Public Speaking
- Career Development and Advancement
- Women and Communications
- Personal Branding and Image
- Midlife Transitions
Randy has been quoted in USA Today, Wall Street Journal online, Southwest Airline’s in-flight magazine Spirit, on Fox Business News, and other media outlets. He has authored professional articles for the Washington Post, Atlanta Business Chronicle, PR Journal, MarketingPro.com, and other publications. Thousands of readers subscribe to his monthly eNewsletter, and his books Engineer Your Career: Building a Blueprint for Your Best Self, PowerHouse Presenting: Become the Communicator You Were Born To Be, and The Inspired Life: How Connection and Contribution Create Power Passion and Joy are available through Amazon.com.
Randy Siegel in the Media
On November 18, 2010, Randy Siegel was interviewed by Lisa Almaraz of the Eartheart Network on his new book The Inspired Life: How Connection and Contribution Create Power, Passion, and Joy.
NBC LX New York invited Randy Siegel to speak on how to “deal with jerks” on August 23, 2010.
Randy Siegel was a guest on Fox Business News on March 31, 2008. See what he has to say about body language in the office.
Randy was interviewed by a radio station in Hickory, N.C. in 2009 about a series of workshops he’s conducting in North Carolina for those who have recently lost their jobs. Click here to listen to the interview.
Randy gives practical advice on how you can support friends and family who are out of work for Guideposts Magazine. Click here to read the article.
Randy wrote an article on "Awakening the Feminine" for the Y Chromosome issue of Western North Carolina Woman.
Randy Siegel explores whether you should cruise along or jump ship for EmploymentCrossing.com.
Randy was a guest columnist for Western North Carolina Woman’s Y Chromosome issue on July 2008. Read what he wrote on living an authentic life.
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Randy Siegel works with organizations to give high-potential employees the leadership and communications skills they need to rise through the organization. Check out his website at www.buildyourleaders.com.
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