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Tim Sanders

Technology Pioneer, New York Times Best-Selling Author

Speaker's Fee Range : $25,000
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Tim Sanders is the Vice President of Customer Insights at Upwork, driving their customer-centric approach to help businesses solve their talent gap problems. As a strategic consulting for leading global brands, government agencies, and trade associations, he has helped individuals and organizations tackle marketing innovation, sales performance, talent management, leadership development, and organizational culture. He's served on advisory boards for several startups, including the social reading website Goodreads, which was purchased by Amazon.

Tim is the author of five books, including the New York Times bestseller, Love is the Killer App: How to Win Business and Influence Friends. His publications have over one million copies in print with bestseller status in India, South Korea, Italy, Brazil, and Denmark.

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Attitude Branding Business Visionaries Corporate Culture Creativity Customer Service Decision Making Empowerment Entrepreneur Ethics Human Resources Innovation Inspiration Leadership Management Marketing Motivation Peak Performance Philanthropy Sales Social Media Success Best-Selling Author Finance / Banking Sustainability / ... Digital Marketing Media / Journalis... Future Trends Employee Engageme... Disruption CEMA

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