Matthew Harper

Matthew Harper

Mr Matthew Harper, CDR, USN (Ret) - Motivational Speaker

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Leadership and Management Insight for Our Time

Leadership is hard make no mistake. To be successful one has to truly understanding the difference between Leadership and Management and have the right tools to help those they are leading tactical their problems to ultimately become better people.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from Denver, CO (US)

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Matthew Harper
Mr Matthew Harper, CDR, USN (Ret) - Motivational Speaker

Forged Analytics

Leadership and Management Insight for Our Time

Leadership is hard make no mistake. To be successful one has to truly understanding the difference between Leadership and Management and have the right tools to help those they are leading tactical their problems to ultimately become better people.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from Denver, CO

Matthew Harper - Motivational Speaker

Matthew Harper

Forged Analytics

Leadership and Management Insight for Our Time

Leadership is hard make no mistake. To be successful one has to truly understanding the difference between Leadership and Management and have the right tools to help those they are leading tactical their problems to ultimately become better people.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from: Denver, CO

For more information about booking Matthew Harper,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/MattHarperUSN/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Veteran Entrepreneurship
Transitioning and Why Vets will Make Good Entrepreneurs and Why They Won't

Looking to start a business or found a startup? As a veteran, you probably have three skills that will serve you well. 1. You are used to working hard. 2. You are used to learning something new and learning it fast. 3. You’re a leader. That being said you have to watch out to two traits that might hold you back. 1. You feel entitled. 2. You're not willing to do the work. 3. You can't / won't take the risk. Let me help you make the decision to start your own venture and then help avoid some of the pitfalls. ****See my short article in support of Veteran Entrapreneurs https://issuu.com/adminhlm/docs/veteran_summit_september_2017 ****