Nationally Recognized Speaker and Human Behavior Expert Appointed Professor at Fort Hays State University

Dan Lier teaching courses at university’s College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Las Vegas, NV  – Dan Lier, an internationally recognized speaker, author and human behavior expert, has been appointed as adjunct special professor for the school of entrepreneurship and business at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan.

As an adjunct professor, Lier will teach multiple classes at Fort Hays State, providing students and aspiring business leaders with specific tools to promote success in business, leadership, influence and human performance.

“It’s an absolute honor to give back to the students and to the university,” Lier said, who graduated from Fort Hays State in 1985. “To have an impact on these future business leaders is a great feeling.”

Corporations and individuals from around the globe have hired Lier to speak to their employees on increasing productivity, leadership, sales and how to maximize their true potential.

“We are honored to have Dan Lier on campus and contributing his vast business knowledge and success to the students at Fort Hays State,” said Mark Bannister, dean of the College of Entrepreneurship and Business. “What he has accomplished as a nationally recognized speaker and human behavior expert is incredible.”

About Dan Lier
Dan Lier is an internationally recognized speaker, author and human behavior expert specializing in custom motivational keynote presentations and training programs to increase productivity. A former top gun with Tony Robbins, Lier performs Presentation Training for companies around the globe along with regular appearances on HSN. His work has been covered by the Today Show and Inside Edition. He also has been a guest on the Howard Stern Show and the O’Reilly Factor. His clients include BMW, Siemens, Sprint, Wells Fargo, Cybex International, Bally Technologies, Westin Properties, TDS Communications, MetLife and the U.S. Army. To learn more about Lier, visit or e-mail