Ken Lizotte

Ken Lizotte

Ken Lizotte CMC is author of seven books including his newest The Speaker’s Edge: The Ultimate Go-To Guide for Locating and Landing Lots of Speaking Gigs (Maven House Press) as well as The Expert’s Edge: Become the Go-To Authority that People Turn to Every Time (McGraw-Hill).

He is Chief Imaginative Officer (CIO) and founder of emerson consulting group inc., a consulting firm that transforms individual business experts, companies, executives, law firms and professional services firms into “thoughtleaders.” Since 1996, emersongroup has guided over 350 “client thoughtleaders” toward publication of books and articles, toward speaking opportunities at targeted business events and toward media opportunities such as print interviews and guest appearances on business radio and podcasts.

A Certified Management Consultant (CMC), Ken speaks regularly at national and regional business events, including annual appearances at Harvard University, the National Speakers Association and the Concord Festival of Authors.

A thoughtleader in his own right, he’s been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, Newsweek, Financial Times, Investors’ Business Daily, National Public Radio, CBS-TV and Writer’s Digest Magazine, among others. He’s also co-founder of the National Writers Union, a graduate of Alan Weiss’s Million Dollar Consulting College, a longtime member of the CEO Club of Boston and former New England chapter president and national board member of the Institute of Management Consulting.

Ken resides with his wife and daughter in Concord, Massachusetts where he also serves in a pro bono capacity as President of Thoreau Farm Trust, the birthplace of Henry David Thoreau.




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Ken Lizotte joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the power of having the professional credential as a public speaker, and how becoming a writer supports that effort.
Ken Lizotte joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the key elements of becoming a public speaker, whether for pay or for promotion.
Ken Lizotte joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the power of having the professional credential as a public speaker, and how becoming a writer supports that effort.