Vistage recognizes Michael Allosso with Lifetime Achievement Award
San Diego, April 5, 2018 — Vistage, a global executive growth and development organization, is proud to recognize Michael Allosso with the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding service and commitment as a Vistage speaker. This award recognizes speakers with a high level of integrity who deliver consistent, impactful contributions to the larger Vistage community.
Michael Allosso has presented his workshop “You on your best day,” more than 1,000 times to the Vistage community. In his presentation, he delivers tools to help CEOs reach a more vital and dynamic awareness of the excellence needed not only for corporate presentations, but for communications in every moment of every day.
Michael Allosso is a frequent keynote speaker and a master communications expert who coaches CEOs and executives both in dynamic presentations as well as effective day to day leadership. Michael has been the Artistic Director and Manager of numerous theaters in the Boston area, where he has directed and choreographed extensively, and has created and managed his own improvisational comedy troupe. He has been a faculty member at five colleges and has acted professionally in theater and film, including Pink Panther II with Steve Martin. He earned his M.F.A. in Directing from Boston University and a B.A. in Theater Arts from Brandeis University.
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