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SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
- Soaring on the Wings of Change
- Leaders Make Change Work
- The Power of Optimism in a Changing World
- The Winning Balance: Making a Living and a Life
- The Learner's Journey: Wisdom that Keeps on Working
Balanced Living | Change | Humor | Leadership | Management | Motivation | Sales | Stress Management
Dr. Terry Paulson is a licensed psychologist and author of the popular books, Paulson On Change, They Shoot Managers Don't They?, Making Humor Work, 50 Tips for Speaking Like a Pro, and Can I Have the Keys to the Car? He hosted ECI's business television series entitled, Quality from the Human Side and is honored to be a distinguished faculty member of the Institute for Management Studies. His presentations help organizations, leaders, and teams make change work!
In over twenty-five years as a professional speaker and trainer, Dr. Terry Paulson has presented to organizations such as IBM, Warner Bros., Sears, 3M, Schering, Merck, AT&T, Federal Reserve Bank, Texaco, KPMG, U.S. Steel, NASA, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and hundreds of universities, hospitals and associations.
Dr. Terry Paulson is a past president of the National Speakers Association and has attained its Certified Speaking designation. He has been inducted as a lifetime member of the CPAE Speakers Hall of Fame, along with Ronald Reagan, Colin Powell and Norman Vincent Peale, an honor given to only a handfull of speakers worldwide since its inception in 1977. Terry Paulson's humor, down-to-earth style, and practical insights have made him one of the country's most highly rated presenters.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- The Dinner: The Political Conversation Your Mother Told You Never to Have
- 50 Tips for Speaking Like a Pro
- Can I Have the Keys to the Car?
- Paulson On Change
- They Shoot Managers Don't They?
- Making Humor Work
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