Professionals In Human
Resource Association (PIHRA)
PIHRA policy does not permit the writing of actual testimonial letters because of the potential for conflict of interest.
However, the program coordinator for the 2015 California Human Resources Conference did tell Milo that he is welcome to share any of the data that they
sent to him based on the surveys they did of the many speakers hosted. Here is some of that data. Highlighting and italics have been added for clarity:
Nearly 200 attendees opted to be in your room, most of whom were HR directors and staff members.
When given a list of positive statements about each speaker, overall conference speakers' average in the "Strongly Agree" category was 54%.
For Milo, it was 83%. Almost all the rest said, "Agree" so that's a high score by almost any standard.
97.5% of the evaluations said yes to the statement: " I would recommend this speaker in the future."
Comments received from these HR professionals include these:
"He 'walks his talk' -- great model for public speaking. Very funny and engaging. Very helpful content with great examples and stories.
"The best session in the conference."
"Milo was fantastic! He should be a keynote speaker next year!
"Milo is EXCELLENT! No dull moment with him. He shared a lot on the time given to him and he delivered very well.
He is the best presenter for me. I'm looking forward of seeing him again on the next conference."
"Good speaker and knew how to engage and retain the attention of the audience."
"Milo was engaging and informative. I am considering using him for my organization."
PIHRA has already encouraged Milo to apply again for the following conference after these scores.
Milo can provide fuller data from PIHRA upon request.