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SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
- Visionary Selling: How to Sell to Top Executives
Barbara Geraghty is the author of Visionary Selling, published by Simon & Schuster in 1998. She speaks at worldwide sales meetings and association conventions to 25,000 people or more annually. Clients include Dell Computer, Computer Associates, Rockwell, Northwestern Mutual, Eli Lilly and Lucent Technologies.
Throughout a decade of exceptional sales performance, Barbara Garaghty set sales records in every position from telemarketing to regional sales manager. Before founding her own firm, she was the top sales manager in the Pacific Division of Sprint.
Barbara Geraghty is the author of Secrets of Peak Performers, based on interviews with top business leaders and CEOs. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Communications from California State University, Fullerton, is a member of National Speakers Association and is included in Who's Who of American Women. She has been featured in articles in Selling Power, Entrepreneur magazine and on CNBC.
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- Visionary Selling: How to Get to Top Executives
- Secrets of Peak Performers
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