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- Why Wait To Be Great At Leadership!
- Why Wait To Be Great At Sales!
- Why Wait To Be Great? Itís Either Now Or Too Late!
- Why Wait To Be Great At Conscious Communication
Author | Communications | Leadership | Management | Sales
Having spent almost a decade as a Senior Manager for National Specialty Chains, and disillusioned with the results being achieved at the coalface, Terry Hawkins made the brave decision at 27 to start her training organization, People In Progress Global and has since pioneered the way franchises and businesses create results through their people.
Ms. Hawkins is a masterful educator in attitudinal and mind-set change, cutting edge sales techniques, leadership development, temperament theories and relationship connectors, and communication strategies to name but a few. She has spoken to every industry imaginable using her uncanny ability to relate to any audience and her gifted simplicity to assist in the evolution of corporations and the people within those corporations.
Her innovative and dynamic delivery style commands respect, as does her vast knowledge of the human element in the business dynamic.
Whether itís the front line staff, the franchisee or the executive team, Terry Hawkins has an uncanny ability to cut to the core and get high impact results with humor, sensitivity and endless energy.
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- Why WAIT to be GREAT? It's either NOW or TOO LATE!(2013)
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