Speaker Categories LeadershipMotivationPersonal DevelopmentSales Click to watch Jim’s preview video Bio Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE, author, professional speaker and business leader, is the CEO of Cathcart Institute, Inc. (founded in 1977), an organization devoted to helping clients create and grow High-Value Relationships. His TEDx video “How to Believe in Yourself” is in the Top 1% with over 1,080,000 views. He was recently appointed as the first Entrepreneur in Residence by California Lutheran University’s School of Management. Jim’s four decades of study in applied behavioral science has resulted in The Acorn Principle, a guide to understanding the many elements that...Read More
Category: Personal Development
For the past 16 years, Lesley Everett has been solely focused on providing the very best techniques to create authenticity of your corporate brand with personal branding. She is the CEO of Walking TALL Training & Consulting, Inc. and has presented her Walking TALL Methodology in 26 countries across 5 continents to date, including Iran, Malaysia, Dubai, Australia, and frequently in Europe and North America.
She is a published author of 3 books (latest Corporate Brand Personality – Kogan Page, 2016). Companies who have trusted Lesley include Microsoft, Cisco, Marriott Hotels, JetBlue, ASDA-Walmart, HSBC, RSM & Salesforce, where she has worked with senior executives to create personality in their corporate and personal brands.Read More
Meet Bob Gray: he’s like your favorite college professor that also happens to be the class clown. An unforgettable mix of fun, interaction, and laughs; Bob is changing the stigma of Memory Experts. Not the pocket protector, white coat wearing kind; he immediately dispels the mystery behind memory. “An excellent memory isn’t a gift, it’s attainable by everyone.”
With earlier success as an award-winning sales executive, Bob understands the importance of clients not feeling like a number, a sale, or just your 2:30pm appointment. He created the FACE System to simply teach professionals how to remember customer’s names, personal information, and ultimately work more effectively, efficiently, and professionally. He puts it simply: “having a trained memory in business is like going from ABCs to PhD.”Read More