Apr 14, 2020
Antonio Neves - Pivoting from Nickelodeon & NBC Host to Worldwide Motivational Speaker
About Antonio: (In his words from https://www.theantonioneves.com/best-conference-speakers-antonio)
Since 2012, I have helped professionals improve their leadership and communication skills, increase workplace engagement and develop their emotional intelligence and soft skills.
I help teams connect with one another, collaborate to improve results, and foster a culture of allies.
As an in-demand speaker, I have delivered hundreds of keynotes across the globe to tens of thousands of people at conferences, top organizations, trade association conferences and leading universities.
I'm the author of "50 Ways To Excel In Your First Job (And In Life)," "50 Things Every College Student Should Know," and "Student Athlete 101." Currently, I'm working on my next book with publishing giant, Penguin Random House (Harmony Rodale).
I'm the host of The Best Thing podcast where I talk to people about the best thing to ever happen to them that would rarely appear on a resume, bio or come up in conversation.
An award-winning broadcast journalist, I has spent hundreds of hours interviewing and profiling top CEOs, executives, and founders including the entrepreneurs behind Twitter, Zappos, AOL, Warby Parker and more along with politicians, entertainers and sports figures.
For over 10 years I worked as a business correspondent, host and producer in the television industry in New York City with top networks including NBC, PBS, BET, Nickelodeon and more. This is where I learned how to become a professional storyteller and connect with people from all walks of life.
My business writing, opinions and advice regularly appear in top media outlets including Inc.com, Entrepreneur.com, TheMuse.com, CNBC.com, The Huffington Post, KTLA and more.
I'm a graduate of Columbia University (Masters of Science) and Western Michigan University.
It is my passion to utilize everything that I have learned, and continue to learn, to motivate, inspire and empower people to overcome challenges, accomplish their goals and produce their best work.
Bonus Fact --> A former NCAA Division I student-athlete, I walked on the track and and went on to earn a scholarship
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