Hank Walshak is a communications consultant, developer, and implementer who helps companies to create and market expertise related content through traditional and social media. He enables them to address the informational needs of their audiences, and to differentiate themselves as   leaders in their industries.

He has consulted with, coached, and implemented communications programs for hundreds of businesses including Alcoa, Bristol-Myers Squibb, CONSOL, Council of Independent Colleges, Elmira College, Exxon Research and Engineering, FMC Chemicals, General Electric, H.J. Heinz, KEYGroup Consulting, Landslide Technologies, UPMC Mercy Hospital, Peak Performance Management, Pittsburgh Technology Council, PPG Chemicals, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Wesley College,  and Westminster College.

Hank has written three books, the most recent being Driven: A How-to Strategy for Unlocking Your Greatest Potential, a work of creative nonfiction, written with Razi Imam and published by John Wiley & Sons (www.drivennation.com). His latest editing work is Non-Invasive Data Governance: The Path to Least Resistance and Greatest Success, by Robert Seiner, President of KIK Consulting. Earlier, Hank authored Meeting the Challenge: The Wesley College Story 1873-2003, and Elmira College: Still Ahead of Its Time.

He empowers business owners to creatively articulate themselves and to stand out vis-à-vis their competitors through his presentation-skills workshop, The World of Business Is a Stage, and You’re on It, and his media-training program, Tell It to Them in Sound Bites. He is adept at helping executives and business owners express themselves and their ideas in ways that energize and stay with their audiences.