Our American Management Association New Media Team will be doing a webcast with Mark Thompson, co-author of Now, Build a Great Business: 7 Ways to Maximize Your Profits in Any Market, next month. He will be discussing how to boost your business.
Double Your Value: How to Get Paid More and Be More Valuable to Your Customers and Your Company
December 15, 2010
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
If you could boost your value to your boss and company in 7 easy steps, would that be worth an hour?
A decade of research by a Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley and Wharton-trained team revealed seven clear and simple tactics used consistently by over 300 of the world’s most successful people, including billionaires, entrepreneurs, CEOs, Olympians, Nobel laureates and Academy Award winners in 110 nations.
This intensive Webcast explores the inside story behind the key principles revealed in best-selling authors Mark Thompson and Brian Tracy’s groundbreaking new book Now, Build a Great Business.
What You Will Learn
In this Webcast, you’ll gain practical insights into the mindsets of high performers based on Mark’s personal interviews with Richard Branson, Ford CEO Alan Mulally, Zappos/Amazon’s founder Tony Hsieh and many other extraordinary business leaders. Join us to discover:
Three secrets that unlock value for every person who matters to your success
Five ways to present your services to maximize your value over your competitor’s
And much more!
This Webcast that will make you worth more! While attending this program is FREE, reservations are required.
Mark Thompson is the New York Times best-selling coauthor of Success Built to Last and Now, Build a Great Business with sales expert Brian Tracy (Amacom). Thompson knows what makes people and products valuable. Forbes Magazine called him one of America’s top investors with the Midas Touch, having invested in Facebook, Schwab and Apple’s top iPhone and iPad applications companies. He was Chief Customer Experience Officer for Charles Schwab and a former director of Best Buy and Korn Ferry. He is a member of the Board of Governors of Peter Drucker’s Leader to Leader Institute and a visiting scholar at Stanford University and the World Economic Forum.