Our Art of the CEO Guest Alumni — those masters of the business community who have shared their knowledge and the tales of their accomplishments on our show. These are the People You Need to Know!
 

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Greg Williams

Greg Williams arms you with the tools that let you take seat at the negotiation table with calm confidence, and walk away from it an absolute winner.  He also performs this same magic mentoring for the Fortune 500 C-suiters.  Justifiably titled…

Last heard on:
February 26, 2019 — Negotiating Hardcore: Bullies, Bluffs & Paper Tigers

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Sherri Waryasz

Sherri Waryasz has been rightfully dubbed The Queen of Laughter.  Leading the charge under the banner of Laugh, Lighten Up & Let it Go, Sherri guides individuals and companies toward a more sensible and productive workplace attitude.  For groups ranging from the New…

Last heard on:
March 22, 2016 — Laughing Your Way to Success – and Fun

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Jack Fanous

Jack Fanous is one of those all too rare individuals who has turned his diverse talents and personal caring into a tangible, serving organization.  In essence, Jack is a non-stop problem solver for all U.S. Military Veterans.  The GI Go fund,…

Last heard on:
March 7, 2016 — The Vet Advantage – Why Your Firm Needs Vets Now

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Gary Douglas

Gary Douglas knows that you have abilities and profound wisdom within you that you yourself haven’t even identified.  What’s more, Gary holds a proven process to help you discover, cultivate and employ these untapped gifts to your greatest fulfillment.  And further,…

Last heard on:
August 21, 2018 — The Odd Coupling – Men and Women in Business

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Rebecca Shambaugh

    Rebecca Shambaugh pioneered women’s leadership in business 18 years ago with her founding of Women in Leadership and Learning (WILL), and she has cogently carried that banner ever since.  Today she globally consults for the largest and most…

Last heard on:
November 22, 2016 — Clinton vs. Trump vs. Your Best Leadership Style