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SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
- Team Building
- Customer Service
- Managing Change
- Life Planning
Balanced Living | Change | Customer Service | Leadership | Teamwork
Dr. Marjorie Blanchard has earned a reputation worldwide as a compelling motivational speaker, an accomplished management consultant and trainer, a best-selling author, and an entrepreneur. In 1983, she was chosen as speaker of the year by New Woman magazine and American Express.
Marjorie Blanchard is coauthor of The One Minute Manager Balances Work and Life and Working Well-Managing For Health and High Performance. Dr. Blanchard is well versed in a variety of topics and often speaks on leadership, empowerment, team building, customer service, managing change, and life planning. As president and cofounder of The Ken Blanchard Companies, she has worked diligently with her husband, Ken Blanchard, to develop the company into one of the premier management consulting and training companies in North America.
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- The One Minute Manager Balances Work and Life
- Working Well-Managing For Health and High Performance
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