Marian University to host presentation, The Differences Between Great Shape and Game Shape and Which One Employers Prefer

March 1, 2018

Marian University will host Alonzo Kelly (1996 graduate of Marian University) as he presents “The Difference Between Great Shape and Game Shape and Which One Employers Prefer” on Sunday, March 4 from 6:30 – 7:30pm in the Sadoff Auditorium in the Stayer Center for Executive Learning and Technology.

“One of the greatest lessons I learned (after the fact) was that being in great shape is not the same as being in game shape,” said Alonzo Kelly, “I learned rather quickly that the lessons from the basketball court, residence life, and college activity involvement offered many more lessons that were just as important, if not in some cases more important, as what I learned in the classroom.”

A dynamic executive coach, professor, three-time best-selling author, and radio host, Alonzo Kelly has gained international and global attention as a premier consultant and strategist. Alonzo is recognized as one the nation’s leading experts on leadership development, strategic thinking, planning, and acting which results in individual and organizational goal achievement. He has appeared on America’s Premier Experts which airs on major networks across the country including ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. Alonzo has served over 1,000 individuals through personal and professional development, delivered training to a plethora of Fortune 500 companies, college and universities, institutions of higher learning, individual counties, nonprofit organizations, and is consistently retained to be the keynote speaker at large and small events across the country.

He holds a bachelor’s in accounting, three master’s degrees (public administration, human resource & labor relations, business administration), and is nearing completion of a PhD in multidisciplinary human services. He is also currently in the process of obtaining his doctorate in business administration.

This presentation is offered through Marian University’s Career Services Office, is free, and open to the public.