Sales Speakers

How do you inspire sales teams, and sales, in a global marketplace of merging ideas? Often, by inspiring, motivating and training exceptional sales teams. It requires a localized approach that's built from the ground up: by stepping into the shoes of your customers, your employees, those who know your product best. Ovations has those sales industry and agency management leaders. Hear from experts in every niche field.

Michael Hewitt Gleeson

Michael Hewitt Gleeson has taught more people to think than any Australian in history. Michael is Australia's best-selling business author of: The Learn-To-Think Coursebook (1982: co-authored with Edward de Bono). He is also the co-founder of the School of Thinking, with Edward De Bono, in New York. School of Thinking lessons are exported to over 50 countries every day and have already reached ov ...

Michael Licenblat

In the world of business, no matter how confident, competent or experienced you are, setbacks are a part of any sales process. How well you handle those sales rejections, failures and problems will often determine how successful you are going be. Michael Licenblat, B.Sc.(Psych) is a resilience expert who teaches people in sales how to bounce back from rejections and setbacks. Drawing on his ...

Michael Matusik

Michael Matusik is a leader in residential market analysis and property advice in Australia.An industry veteran, Michael has always been at the coalface of the residential property market; helping establish Colliers (then PRD Realty) advisory services & helping over 550 new residential developments come to fruition. Michael heads Matusik Property Insights, which he established in 1998.His prope ...

Michael Morgan

Michael is a great presenter who creates lots of laughs as he gets delegates to explore different thinking styles - both their own, those of their teams and perhaps most importantly those of their customers. His sessions are highly interactive and, as they are so visual, great for those that may quickly loose concentration. One of his activities is to leave a number of different coloured balloons ...

Michael Schoettler

Michael is an entertaining pragmatist who blends humour and pathos with his own personal illustrations. Combining a background of sales and management success, Michael's credibility extends to both sales and non-sales staff alike. Michael has demonstrated his "Sales Sense" approaches to producing results working in major corporations in both the USA and Australia. He believes that developing your ...

Michael Treacy

Author of The New York Times Best-Seller, The Discipline of Market Leaders. Great companies sustain growth through disciplined execution, not just good planning. Michael Treacy shows how to harness innovation and customer loyalty principles by linking strategy to organizational design. Over the course of two decades as an entrepreneur, management consultant, and former MIT professor, Treacy built ...

Michelle Ray

Michelle Ray, is an award-winning speaker and founder of the Lead Yourself First Institute. She helps people and organizations of every description to take the lead, get out of their comfort zones and develop the willingness to risk. As an in-demand international business conference speaker and trainer, Michelle challenges audiences to take charge of themselves in any work/life situation in order ...

Nate Booth

Dr. Nate Booth received his DDS degree from the University of Nebraska in 1991. He received his master's degree in counseling from the same school in 1983. From 1987 through 1997, Nate worked closely with Anthony Robbins in the development and delivery of corporate training programs ...

Neil Flanagan

Neil is the author of the best seller 'Just about everything a manager needs to know', which came from his work as a management strategist. You'd expect an international best-selling author, accomplished management strategist, and keenly sought-after keynote, conference and motivational speaker to list among his interests the 3R's, wouldn't you? But when you learn that those R's stand for Reading, ...

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