Senior Vice President, Resiliency Practice Leader
Steve Beseke is a world-class and worldwide life resiliency/inspirational presenter and writer. His presentations and programming with corporations and individuals focus on increasing employee/executive/leadership performance, and the bottom-line return on investment value that career and life resiliency has in the workplace and life.
Steve, who was awarded an honorary title/degree of Doctor of Life Resiliency in Europe, highlights resilient strategies and programming to overcome life and work obstacles in our increasingly face-paced world. He has worked with government organizations, for-profit companies, non-profit organizations, colleges, schools, disability groups, associations, career groups and others.
He also presents highly-regarded conversations on school/work bullying. Specifically, in addition to his talks, he has developed an entire curriculum on anti-bullying in schools – through extensive research and experience being severely bullied in school related to his lifelong physical disability known as Cerebral Palsy.
Additionally, he has written more than 130 articles and many e-books on all types of resiliency we face everyday at work and life. Steve’s writing has appeared in newspapers, e-journals and on his award-nominated www.resiliencyfirst.com web site, which has been read by millions of individuals worldwide. His site has been ranked as one of the top four personal branding sites in the U.S. He also has appeared on several national radio talk shows speaking on everything resilient in our work and lives.
His previous corporate life has involved being a corporate communications executive for nearly 30 years with Fortune 500 companies like Medtronic, and other industry leaders, such as Opus Corporation and the National Marrow Donor Program.
Steve has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism/Political Science from the University of St. Thomas. He has been married for nearly 30 years, and lives with his wife and daughter in Eagan, Minn.