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Dirk Beveridge is the author of the best selling book Sales Management: Why the Best are Better, and contributing business expert for CNN, USA Today, Inc. Magazine and others. As one of the top twenty business speakers in the country, Dirk Beveridge provides timely, pertinent information to the likes of IBM, UPS, TransUnion, PNC Bank, Western Wireless, NYNEX, Dow Jones, The Young Presidents Organization, Allied Van Lines, Texas Instruments, Radio Shack, Chicago Title and Trust, Radio Advertising Bureau and many other organizations. Each year since 1987, this passionate business speaker has been featured on international speaking tours addressing groups on six of the world's continents.
More than a business speaker, Dirk Beveridge spends a minimum of 2 days a week, 20 weeks a year, in the field, observing, listening, and studying business. As a result, all information provided by Dirk Beveridge is timely, pertinent to today's market and acknowledged as having an impact on bottom-line results.
In addition to being a professional speaker, author, and consultant, Dirk Beveridge is the owner of four growing businesses. He is an experienced and proven business executive whose international consulting firm serves clients such as General Motors, Continental Grain, Häagen Dazs, W.R. Grace, Union Oil, and John Deere. As an educator, Dirk Beveridge lectures at the Management Institute School of Business, University of Wisconsin, and is ad-hoc faculty at several other universities.
When speaking, Dirk Beveridge passionately brings content, expertise, and challenge to generate a significant difference. His commitment to deliver proven and results-oriented presentations is such that he guarantees that participants will accept his challenge to get better at what they do. Dirk Beveridge's keynotes insure that participants return to the job with:
A revitalized commitment
Dirk Beveridge's business presentations address the participants in a demanding and direct manner. Generally, most meeting participants believe it is the presenter's responsibility to perform. However, Dirk Beveridge places the responsibility to perform on the participants' shoulders, demanding they look at themselves and their performance objectively. Therefore, no other business speaker gets the same results.
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