Craig Kitch works with organizations wanting to develop a more engaged workforce and managers who want to become better leaders.
Craig began his professional life as a broadcaster, where he learned the power of the spoken word. He took those skills with him into the hospitality industry where he had a very successful career for over 20 years. Working in management, Craig developed the skills necessary to pull teams of people together and lead them to accomplish ambitious goals. He eventually became a “turn around specialist”, using those skills to remedy problematic hotels.
Today Craig runs his own business and is dedicated to improving the lives of managers and emerging leaders. He served on the Board of Directors for the Greater Nashville Hotel and Lodging Association and is the former President of the National Speakers Association for the State of Tennessee. He was also an elected official; serving on the City Commission of Kingston Springs, TN where he resides with his wife, Michelle.
Through his energetic and engaging workshops, he shares the secrets of developing teams to achieve a common goal and challenging them to win. From the practical processes of hiring, training and motivating your staff, to the power you gain controlling your mind, will and emotions, your team will learn success principles that work. The most successful managers are leaders who have learned to effectively communicate a vision for their team while honoring the individuality of each player.