William K. Wesley is an author, transformational speaker, Top Performance Coach, corporate trainer and entrepreneur. He received his MBA and his JD (Doctor of Jurisprudence) from Golden Gate University in San Francisco, where he also taught Management Principles, Management Communication and Organizational Development for five years. William received his BS in Business from the University of San Francisco. He is an authority on productivity, communication, presentation training, networking and life balance and has been featured and quoted often.
William conducts ‘Productive Wellness’ trainings, seminars and keynote presentations based on his book Full Life Balance: Five Keys to the Kingdom (How to Live Better Every Day) at corporations, colleges, organizations and institutions of all sorts. William’s client list includes Kaiser, USAA, PG&E, NorthBay Healthcare and T-Mobile USA and organizations such as Rotary International, Meals On Wheels, Suisun City, YMCAs and institutions including U.C. Berkeley, City College San Francisco and California Men’s Prison, Solano. William has delivered over 300 presentations, trainings and facilitations on topics such as investing, sales and sales management, communication, presentation skills and networking. He has personally trained over 100 presenters.
As an entrepreneur, William helped found and is Vice-President of Programs of Carter's Biz Cafes at the Commanding Officers Quarters which is a start-up membership co-sharing, business event, idea-incubating firm located in a 156-year old, fully renovated historical landmark in Benicia, CA. William is currently working on his second book in the Full Life Balance series called, Six Secrets... scheduled for release in 2017.
William has over 20 years in sales, financial services and retail sales management, coaching and presentations with Morgan Stanley, Charles Schwab, Citibank and Merrill Lynch. He has held Financial Advisor, Bank Branch Manager, and Vice President of Investor Education positions. He is a former Dispute Resolution Arbitrator with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). William held basic and supervisory securities licenses (Series 7, 24, 63, and 65) and a Life and Disability license. William has held sales and store manager positions in the retail environment and was a top salesperson. He has personally managed dozens of people, created top teams and developed top salespeople.
William consulted with Laney College in Oakland, California to establish a first of its kind Men’s Center on campus. William is a former San Francisco Human Rights Commissioner.
William is Rotarian in good standing at the Fairfield-Suisun Rotary Club. He is a certified sailor who also enjoys sailing, reading, writing, playing tennis, playing chess and spending time with his wife Linda and family.