The zestiest man you're likely to meet.
Rob Peck is the founder and C.E.A. (Creative Education Advocate) of Zestworks- a speaking, training and consulting firm which believes that "the best test is zest!" The recipient of the International Jugglers Association's 1999 Excellence in Education award, Rob's moving presentations defy convention and gravity.
From Harvard to Hewlett Packard, his customized speeches and seminars have raised morale, re-invigorated committment, and reinforced the power of collaborative problem solving.
Rob is an active member of both the New England Speakers Association and the National Speakers Association. However, his highly original approach to keynote speaking is largely the result of a rather unique educational background. After graduating the University Of Pennsylvania (Phi Beta Kappa) and doing post-graduate studies at Harvard and The Sorbonne University in Paris, France, Rob went on to do advanced training at the Antic Arts Academy (a.k.a. Our Lady Of The Last Laugh) in Canton, Me.
An award winning entertainer and speaker, Rob was commissioned by the Smithsonian Institute to research and write a program highlighting multicultural solstice celebrations. He has appeared on cable and network television programs such as CNBC, Evening Magazine, Amazing America, and was a featured guest on Donahue. Rob is also the producer of "Stories I Could Never Tell"- The Collected Wit 'N Wisdom of Alan Weiss, author- Million Dollar Consulting and Money Talks.
A keen observer of adult learning styles- and a recovering perfectionist himself, Rob delights in helping reluctant risk takers realize that when fallibility strikes- fortune sparks! His hands-on (outside the briefcase) slow motion juggling seminar: "To Err Is Human, To Recover... Divine!" helps companys reduce stress and raise productivity by focusing on the 3 T's: Teamwork, Tolerance and Tenacity. His provocative keynote on putting Multiple Intelligences Theory into practice in the workplace: "Left Brainers, Right Brainers and No Brainers!" examines the connection between courage and creativity, clarity and community.