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"Teaching Smart People Practical Ways To Become Extraordinary!"

That tag line was given to Steve by one of his corporate clients. During a meeting to assess how the engagement was going, the President told Steve, "Every time we finish a meeting together, I have at least 3 practical things to do that make my business better."

As a result, Steve's phone rings when it's time to figure out how to make the right things happen--and then make them happen.

Steve's first leadership assignment was as a Drill Instructor in the U.S. Army and later as a manager at Pfizer. He became fascinated with human development and learning, completing a graduate degree at Rowan University as well as ongoing studies at executive and human behavior institutes. 

He has designed and delivered leadership and communication programs for some of the world's largest organizations and has more than 30 years of contributing to speaking, professional development, and high-level executive coaching.

His Roesler Consulting Group has developed individual and team talent internationally for corporations such as Pfizer, Minerals Technologies, Johnson & Johnson, Votorantim--Brasil, AstraZeneca and Saudia. Steve is currently involved in the latest update of his Presenting With Impact and Presenting You programs, two presentation workshops that have been delivered on five continents to more than 1,000 participants representing nearly 60 nationalities.

Steve is an award-winning writer and speaker on leadership, management, and career management topics and can be followed online at the popular All Things Workplace website.

A member of the American Society for Training and Development and the International Association for Psychological Type, Steve is also an authority on, and certified in, Situational Leadership, Problem-Solving/Decision Making Methodologies, and advanced applications of Jungian psychology and the MBTI. Steve has, to date, worked cross-culturally with more than 3,000 executives and managers to integrate personal and regional styles into high performance in their global activities.
 Now located in the U.S., Steve has lived and worked in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and South America.

He holds undergraduate degrees in Business and Education, a graduate degree in Communications, and institute certifications in the Applied Behavioral Sciences. He has served as an adjunct faculty member in the Wharton Executive Program as well as the doctoral program at American University/NTL Institute.

His latest published works include a leap into social media as a co-author of The Age of Conversation I and II as well as an upcoming book with the Employee Engagement Network.

Steve and wife, Barbara, divide their time between New Jersey and Florida while daughter Christin works in the financial sector in New York City.