Executive Coach, New York Times bestselling Author, Leadership Development Consultant
Harrison Monarth is an executive coach, leadership consultant and the New York Times bestselling author of
, and the business bestseller The Confident Speaker . Harrison coaches entrepreneurs and corporate executives from the Fortune 500 on positive behavior change, authentic leadership and effective communication, including making pitches that win multi-million dollar contracts. His latest books are Executive Presence and 360 Degrees of Influence . You can find him at Breakthrough Communication gurumaker.com.
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