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Voss W. Graham -- InnerActive Consulting
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About: Organizational Architect who helps Small Business Owners to Build and Grow their Business Enterprise successfully. Expertise getting people to the next level of performance. Expertise in executive, manager and fast-tracker coaching. Provide insight for effective communication for individuals and teams. Experienced in Major Account Selling - moving sales teams and management from transactional to key account selling. Guide selection process using assessments and the interpretation of assessments to get the right people for the right jobs. Aligning Your Performance with strategic objectives for accelerating growth. Author - Three Games of Selling.
Susan Battley, PsyD, PhD. Leadership Psychologist and Author
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About: Susan Battley, PsyD, PhD, is an internationally recognized leadership psychologist, CEO adviser and author. She is an authority on leader, board and organizational effectiveness and how to execute brilliantly for high-stakes success. Her book, 'Coached to Lead: How to Achieve Extraordinary Results with an Executive Coach,' is the first executive's guide to executive coaching. (Jossey-Bass, 2006) She is regularly featured as an expert commentator on leader effectiveness in top-tier media outlets, such as CBS News, CNBC, CNBC, and NPR, and in top-tier business publications.
John Quinlan
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About: Author of TAU BADA, John E. Quinlan is the founder and CEO of Growth Strategies Global LLC, an organization development consulting firm that specializes in family-founded and closely held businesses. He has been a founder and chief executive officer of a publicly traded company, a leadership coach, and a management consultant in the United States, and owned a fishing business and a coffee plantation in the South Pacific. After losing his publically traded company in 1985, Quinlan began a motorcycle trek through the United States – a quest for self-discovery that led him to Papua New Guinea.

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