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Speaker Programs in Management

Sales Management Coaching
Sales Management
  

There seems to be a vast difference between natural leaders and leaders that actually can demonstrate and deploy effectiveness for the long term gain of a dealership. While great leadership qualities may come naturally to those at the top of their professions, it is effective automotive management training that ultimately keeps them there and moving forward. Business Development Program: Executiv...

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Travels From: Conyers, GA
Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000

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10 Mistakes New Managers Make...
...and How to Avoid Them!
  

It’s your first day. New role. New responsibilities. New organization. New people. New culture. Everything is new. Everything. Or… It’s your first day. Changed role. Changed responsibilities. Same organization. Same people. Same culture. But everything is has changed. Everything. This is the reality of a new manager. It doesn’t matter if you...

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Travels From: Milwaukee, WI
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Millennials: Bringing Out The Best In Them
What is the 1 secret that Millennials know, that only frustrates the rest of the world? Learn how to connect to, and inspire the next generation!
  

Having conducted extensive research on the Millennial generation, Dr. Sytner is a worldwide sought-after, and highly respected speaker on this topic. He has developed a humorous, relevant and substantive 9-point presentation to help unpack the simple sociological features of this digital generation, as well as unique strengths which millennials bring. He is in the process of authoring his ...

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Travels From: New York City, NY
Fee Range: Varies

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Cracking the Manager Code
11 Traits of Successful Blue Collar Managers and Supervisors
  

We all want to be a supervisor or manager. Until we are one. Moving from labor and into management involves a change—from working with tools and objects to working with people and data. The move requires rewiring the brain and developing a different skill set. Without cracking the manager code, it is easy to fail. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Managers and supervisors donâ...

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Travels From: Concord, CA
Fee Range: Varies

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Orchestrate
Learning Leadership with a Conductor's Baton
  

What if we saw our role as leaders in terms of orchestration? Would it help to envision ourselves holding the conductor's baton in front of the woodwind, percussion and brass sections? How do conductors make symphonic music with a wooden stick? How might we leverage our leadership to create a magnum opus in our organization?

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Travels From: Atlanta, GA
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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