Guy Cabana is an expert international conference speaker and author who communicates his message with enthusiasm and conviction in the fields of negotiations, nonverbal communication and motivation. He has written numerous training courses and articles in major magazines on the process of negotiation and non-verbal communications. Mr. Cabana is the author of the best-selling books: The 10 Secrets of the highly effective negotiator and Beware! Your Gestures Will Betray You as well as Lifting Mountains, the Art of Doing the Impossible.
Eddie LeMoine a Canadian-born international author, keynote speaker, seminar leader and corporate trainer, he specializes in leadership, employee engagement, stress management, safety and the psychology of success. Through his inspiring stories, great sense of humor and genuine care for people, Eddie easily connects with-and motivates-audiences all over the world. Eddie’s unprecedented success is due to his powerful ability to close the gap between business results and personal development. He inspires greatness in corporations by inspiring greatness in individuals.
Duncan is the CEO of Pareto Systems, an industry leading business development firm dedicated to the elite professionals and companies within the knowledge-for-profit sector. Duncan and his team of consultants work with professionals in a wide range of fields including Financial Services, Insurance, Accounting, Legal, Mortgage, and Consulting to create predictable, sustainable, and duplicable businesses. Pareto Systems is well known for its approach which is based on best practices and for its focus on implementation.
Mark DeVolder is an award-winning consultant, author and highly sought after international speaker. Dr. DeVolder has engaged and delighted audiences from Monaco to Dubai, from Singapore to Jamaica and from Istanbul to Kuala Lumpur. DeVolder’s high-octane, content-rich and humor-filled presentations empower people to be bold, nimble and innovative in face of constant change.
David Chilton, the author of Canada’s all-time bestselling book, The Wealthy Barber has now released his second book The Wealthy Barber Returns.
Chilton’s unique combination of knowledge and humour helped to take the intimidation and dryness out of financial planning. His speeches aren’t about just money. They’re about believing in yourself, overcoming mistakes (many of his are truly hilarious) and, most importantly, they’re about perspective – the missing ingredient in many people’s lives.
Over the past fifteen years, David has worked on sales, marketing and specialized customer service and training projects with many of Canada’s most progressive organizations. He has personally designed, written and conducted sales development seminars and keynote addresses for AT & T, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, J. M. Schneider, Coca Cola, Bell Canada, Bell Mobility, Ford of Canada, Peat Marwick, Northern Telecom, Sun Life, M & M Meats, Great West Life, AGF, London Life, Canadian Airlines, Molsons, Toronto Dominion Bank, Canada Trust, CIBC, Canadian Tire and the Royal Bank.
Darrell Kopke is a member of the group of founders of lululemon athletica. From 2001, until the sale of the company to a private equity in late 2005, he was the acting general manager. He oversaw the company’s expansion from one store in Kitsilano to 60 stores internationally, with 100 percent annual growth and $200+ million in sales. When he left lululemon in January 2009, Darrell was the Managing Director for Asia Pacific, responsible for the region’s store operations based in Hong Kong.
From Madison Avenue, to Corporate America, to the halls of academia, Catherine Kaputa has perfected her ability to market products, places, and companies.
Early in her career, Catherine led the award-winning “I Love NY” campaign at Wells, Rich, Greene. For over ten years, she was SVP, Director of Global Advertising and Community Affairs at Citi Smith Barney and Shearson Lehman Brothers.
Cary Mullen, Olympian and World Cup Champion currently holds the World Downhill Speed Record for skiing 97 MPH (151 KMH) down the world’s most famous ski course in Kitzbuhel, Austria. Cary was a non-prodigy, an underdog, who placed last in his first World Cup race. He followed 5 key winning strategies to go from “worst to first’ and to ultimately become a two-time Olympian and World Cup Champion.
You have just been introduced to a group of 5 people, all potential clients, and two minutes later…you can’t remember any of their names.
A client asks you for certain product information. Not quite sure of the answer, you offer, “Let me look that up, and I’ll get back to you.” Then you forget to follow up.