Standing Out With Chris Widener, Season 2, Episode 12

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Join me and my latest guest, Chris Widener, as we learn the truths of being a humble leader, making your product or service stand out in a crowd, and discuss shocking your customer service potential. Too often, lackluster customer service is the norm in today’s society. Chris Widener’s objective is to turn the current customer service status quo on its head by teaching people that, “tripping over nickels to get to dollars” can wreak havoc on a business’s profits.

Mr. Widener is one of the top 50 speakers in the world as well as a coach, businessman, author, and mentor with decades of experience in personal help, motivational speaking, leadership training, and sales and customer service coaching.  Chris is the author of twelve books and over 450 articles on success, leadership, sales and motivation. His best-selling books include The Angel Inside (which has also been optioned as a movie), The Art of Influence, The Leadership Rules, Live the Life You Have Always Dreamed Of, Twelve Pillars, and the sequel to Twelve Pillars, Above All Else. Chris has also produced over 80 cd’s and dvd’s on a wide range of topics. You can check out all of Chris’ books and cd’s/dvd’s by clicking HERE.

Connect with Chris via:

Instagram and Face Book: @chriswidenerspeaker

Twitter: @chriswidener”>

About the author, Michael

I am an executive leader, sales trainer, and author, with over 25 years of experience delivering motivational speeches and training sessions to audiences worldwide. I have a unique range of experience, from my beginnings as a Catholic school teacher to managing hundreds of people and hundreds of millions of dollars as Vice President of US Sales for two global medical device companies.

In 2016, I published my first book, Tell Me More, to share my leadership mantra. Through a strategy of active listening and observational questioning, we become better leaders, better sales people, and we can deliver on phenomenal customer experiences. Through this podcast, we’ll see how the Tell Me More process is at work in the business world today.

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