Former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland brings to his inspirational speeches the insight and candor of a political leader who has seen great success and has learned exceptional lessons from the challenges faced at the end of his public service career.
At age 37, Rowland was the nation’s youngest governor and was called by the Wall Street Journal “one of our nation’s rising stars.”
His exceptional public service career resulted in a renaissance throughout the cities of Connecticut. Governor Rowland’s vision made technology, education and quality of life issues the driving forces to meet the challenges of the new millennium.
John Rowland’s insight into the challenges of true leadership can inspire and motivate those who attend your leadership forums, corporate meetings, and educational roundtables.
“John Rowland’s speech at the 2006 World Scholar-Athlete Games was well prepared and expertly delivered. His strong message about the trappings of power was very well received by the participants. Based on considerable feedback, it is clear that John’s speech had a profound effect on this group of young leaders.”
Dan Doyle,Executive Director-Institute for International Sport
My thought on experience...
“Experience is not what happens to you, it is what you do with it that counts. No one learns from success, you really only learn from your mistakes and failures.”
To discuss potential speaking engagements, contact former Governor John G. Rowland at 203-758-1117 or e-mail his office