Luce Performance Group
Sean Luce has trained more than 50,000 sales people and managers in over 500 seminars worldwide. He is constantly in the field in every size market, training reps, and calling on business owners-a hands-on style that gives him a fresh and current perspective of what’s happening in today’s media world. He’s on the road 40-plus weeks a year taking the “Liquid Fire” message to help others achieve their goals.
Since 2000 he has traveled over 3 million miles, going wherever sales reps go-in the field and out on sales calls coaching, teaching and instructing. There’s no such thing to Sean as “sitting behind a desk.”
Sean has conducted seminars on sales and marketing on three continents and in all 50 United States, working with Fortune 500 companies, universities, television and radio stations, internet firms, newspapers and magazines, and the National Association of Broadcasters and the Radio Advertising Bureau.
Additionally, Sean is a contributing writer for various national publications in business, sales and sales management. He’s been featured in many of media’ top magazines, including Advertising Age, Promo magazine, and Radio Ink and many more. Sean helped develop the “Buyers Awareness Cycle,” which is used as a media industry standard. He’s also a avid student of martial arts and uses the connection between martial arts and sales in many of his seminars.
Sean is the Head National Instructor for the Luce Performance Group International based in Houston, Texas
Steve Warren has been a radio personality, program director, and consultant for over 40 years, starting at the age of 16 as the son of a Louisville, KY, radio announcer. He’s been on the air in Louisville, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Tampa, Dayton, and San Antonio. In New York City, America’s #1 Radio market, he survived intense competition with successful positions on WHN, WNBC, WKHK, WYNY, WNCN, and the CBS Radio Network. As a Program Director, he enjoyed success in diverse markets including Indianapolis, Wilmington, Albany, Dayton, and San Antonio and formats including Top 40, Oldies, Country, Talk, MOR, and Classical. He is sought after as a programming consultant, motivator, teacher and cheerleader for compelling radio programming. His expert knowledge and love of the industry has secured his position as a radio programming authority. A fun, entertaining radio personality (and a gifted actor on stage, TV and film), he has appeared as MC and host to events at Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center, and Carnegie Hall. Steve is topical, engaging, and informative, speaking with authority on the contemporary media and entertainment scene. Since 1994, he has been heard every week across the United States and in several foreign countries, on his syndicated The Country Oldies Show. From 1999 to 2003, Steve developed and implemented the country channels for Sirius Satellite Radio and was the first voice ever broadcast on Sirius, in addition to conducting over 100 artist interviews. Before that, he was Radio Editor of Radio Ink Magazine and prolific interviewer of radio group owners and industry leaders. His pleasures include cooking, travel, restaurants, live theatre, and playing softball or basketball. He lives two-blocks from Times Square in the heart of New York City.
RF Safety Solutions
Richard Strickland founded RF Safety Solutions in 2002 after 10 years as Director of Business Development for Narda Safety Test Solutions, the world’s leading supplier of RF safety measurement and monitoring products. As director of the RF safety business at Narda, Richard determined which products were developed and their performance characteristics. He frequently functioned as program manager, as he did with the Nardalert XT RF personal monitor, deciding on every aspect of that unit’s features and design. He initiated the development of RF radiation training courses at Narda and has since conducted courses ranging from basic employee awareness seminars to in-depth application specific courses. Audiences have included environmental health and safety professionals, engineers, technicians, attorneys, communications industry professional consulting engineers (PEs), and senior managers of major corporations, government organizations, and professional groups. Richard has taught more than 200 public and private seminars on RF radiation safety.
He has been both a featured speaker and a member of the radio frequency radiation panel at the National Association of Broadcasters, the Radio Club of America, and the International Wireless Conference and Exposition. He is a member of IEEE SC 28 P1466. The project scope of this group is “Preparation of a guidance document for the development of RF safety programs.” Richard is the author of numerous articles on RF safety practices and measurement issues.