Deborah Norville is a two-time Emmy winner and New York Times bestselling author. She is known to millions as the anchor of Inside Edition, the nation’s top-rated syndicated news magazine. Deborah is also the author of a number of books including the New York Times bestseller, Thank You Power: Making the SCIENCE of Gratitude Work for YOU, which was followed by The Power of Respect, detailing the measurable benefits that result from respectful behavior. In 2016, Deborah, the longest-serving anchor on American television, was inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame. A lifelong crafter and seamstress, she markets the Deborah Norville Yarn Collection. The line of high-quality yarn for knit and crochet enthusiasts has grown 678% in sales since its introduction five years ago. Deborah is a Director of the Viacom Corporation where she serves on the Compensation Committee. She regularly addresses businesses about the power of gratitude increasing the bottom line- both in literal dollars increased, as well as in enhanced productivity and creativity.
Thank You Power: Making Gratitude Work for You
The power of gratitude can make individuals better able to solve problems, destress, and live more active lives. In business, the power of gratitude can increase the bottom line- both in literal dollars increased, as
well as in enhanced productivity and creativity on the part of the employee workforce.
The Media in the Cross Hairs
Journalism in a time of “Fake News.”
Leadership - Who’s Leading Whom?
The challenges of leading in an ever changing landscape.
Entrepreneur of Your Life
Everyone it seems aspires to ‘be their own boss.’ What’s the secret? How can any of us orchestrate our
lives so WE are in charge. As the longest-serving anchor in America, as well as a Director for a publicly-traded company (Viacom), best-selling author, and face behind the Deborah Norville Yarn Collection, I share
the secrets for ‘keeping going’ when it seems the answer is always ‘no.’
Inspirational address leaves attendees fired up and ready to tackle their challenges.