Greg Link is co-founder and Leader of The Global Speed of Trust Practice, a fast-growing consultancy committed to influencing influencers to grow their careers and their organizations at The Speed of Trust. A recognized authority on leadership, trust, sales, marketing, and high performance, Link is a sought-after advisor and speaker. His authentic and engaging style endears him to audiences of all roles – from senior executives to the front lines. He is a “businessman whospeaks” not a “speaker that merely theorizes”.
Mark Sanborn is the author of seven books, including TeamBuilt: Making Teamwork Work, Sanborn on Success, and Upgrade: Proven Strategies for Dramatically Increasing Personal and Professional Success. Mark’s book The Fred Factor: How Passion in Your Work and Life Can Make the Ordinary Extraordinary is an international bestseller. His most recent release, You Don’t Need a Title to be a Leader, is making an impact on leadership development at every level.
Chester Elton is an author, motivational speaker, trainer, and employee engagement expert. He is the New York Times best-selling author of several books on leadership and organizational management, including The Carrot Principle (co-written with Adrian Gostick), The 24-Carrot Manager and The Invisible Employee. Elton’s books have been translated into over 20 languages and have sold more than 1,000,000 copies worldwide.
Tim Sanders speaks for strong business relationships, both internal and external. "Get them right," he says, "and you’ll grow your business during good and bad times alike." His relevant point of view makes him one of the most in demand keynote speakers on the conference and convention circuit.Tim is more than a keynote speaker; his real world experience, research savvy and deep understanding of the human condition make him an indispensable consultant to some of the biggest brands in the world.
Dr. Kachroo has co-chaired the international law section of the BBA, and chaired World Boston, a world affairs council.She has written several articles on M&A transactions with Indian companies, and on outsourcing to India, on contract and property law concepts, and on issues relating to financial fraud. She continues to represent whistleblowers including Harry Markopolos, as well as investors with/ before the SEC and continues to play an active role with members of congress in formulating financial legislation and reform.
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As former White House Press Secretary, Dana Perino recognizes that women have come a long way in the workforce, but that doesn't mean we don't still have to overcome hurdles—lots of them. Minute Mentoring is an idea born out of necessity- young women are hungry for advice from professional women, and professional women want to share their experiences. The mentors have broken barriers to be successful, and they're anxious to share their experiences.