This week’s guest is an amazing corporate trainer, Rob Sullivan!
In this episode we’re covering:
What language to use to close any deal
How to coach underperforming to performing employees
Top tips for managerial success
And so much more!!
Rob Sullivan is an author, inspirational speaker and corporate trainer who has delivered workshops and keynotes at companies, universities and trade associations internationally. In addition to delivering workshops in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico for a long list of clients including Facebook, Goldman Sachs, Genzyme, and Ace Hardware, Rob has received high praise for his work with JP Morgan Chase in the U.K. In addition, he was selected to lead a workshop in London on the topic of energy, communication, and charisma for an audience of trainers from all over the world. Rob recently expanded his international reach in a partnership with Josseline Ross and Barry Van Zyl, the drummer for Johnny Clegg, the legendary South African musician who has sold 5 million albums and inspired Paul Simon’s Graceland album. Rob and Barry will be piloting a workshop in London and South Africa that incorporates music, creativity, communication, and collaboration. Rob was inspired to create the workshop to combine what he learned as a communication coach with the insight he gained from both on-camera acting and improvisation classes at Second City in Chicago, the training ground for Bill Murray, John Belushi, Dan Akyroyd, and countless others. Rob has an M.S. in Advertising for Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and a B.A. in Psychology from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. Selected Achievements
• Featured in the Wall Street Journal and as a repeat guest on NBC, ABC, and WGN
• Guest sales expert on Starting Over, an Emmy-award winning reality show that aired nationally on NBC from 2005 to 2007 • Delivered four commencement speeches to audiences over 1,200
• Hired as a speaker 28 times by Northwestern University alone • Author of the book Getting Your Foot in the Door When You Don’t Have a Leg to Stand On (McGraw-Hill, 4 printings)
• Author of the forthcoming book Signposts on an Inner Expedition: Trusting Your Internal GPS (working title)
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