As a business educator, trainer, coach and keynote speaker, Sharon Kaibel is passionate about helping you improve your productivity, performance and professional skills.
Sharon is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), awarded by the National Speakers Association at an international standard held by less than 10% of professional speakers worldwide.
Sharon is also a What Makes People TICK and Everything DiSC facilitator, providing teams with behavioural profiling to enable leaders to better understand themselves, their colleagues and improve performance.
Sharon is the founder of Achievernet, and her passion is to build a community of extraordinary achievers, by providing quality skills development that delivers real results.
She helps you generate growth while building fun and freedom into your work life.
Sharon also helps you communicate and sell your ideas powerfully through her Confident Presenter program, which helps you become a masterful communicator, become more engaging, inspiring and influential.
Sharon is recognised for her unique ability to develop people, with a gift for seeing 'what is' and 'what could be'. She helps you think differently, and the improvements at work will be immediately noticeable.
Enjoy the powerful insights from Sharon in today's episode.
Sharon's book recommendation:
The Little Red Book of Selling by Jeffrey Gitomer
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