Organizations hire me to give customized, intimate, private, and on-site seminars to their employees.

The Problem

Blog posts, webinars, full-length books, and even keynote talks can certainly be useful. You’ll never hear me say otherwise. They often plant new ideas and impart critical lessons from successful companies and individuals.

At the same time, though, there’s only so much that a busy and often distracted professional can absorb—much less implement—after listening to a 30- or 60-minute talk. Employees frequently return from conferences and revert to business as usual.

It doesn’t have to be this way.


Based on the popularity of my recent Slack post, I am now offering 4-hour on-site Slack workshops.

The Solution

For a long time, I have offered on-site seminars and workshops. (I started doing this in 1997 in my HR days.)

While the topics have certainly changed over the years, my intent has not. Each one is designed to go deeper, get things done, and ultimately facilitate meaningful employee and organizational change. Working with your organization’s management, we will design a custom curriculum and agenda to maximize results. I lead the seminar and brainstorming sessions.

Topics are typically related to my books. In the past, the length has ranged from four hours to four days.

Recent Workshops

Platform Thinking
Social Media
Big Data
Effective Business Communication

Phil captivated dozens of members at the Morris County Chamber of Commerce. His knowledge about technology and social media will delight any audience.

—Angela Kubisky, VP, Morris County NJ Chamber of Commerce

Read First

Before we connect, it's important to determine if we are a good fit. Please read this short page to make sure that we are on the same page before we go too far down the aisle. I’d also recommend checking out my rates.


On August 10, 2016, I began teaching full-time at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. (Here is the post announcing it. Go Sun Devils.) This means that my availability is now somewhat limited, especially during the academic year.