Today Barry Maher is in demand for business audiences of all types. But he first made his mark as a world-class salesperson, manager and executive, then as a management and sales consultant, helping clients improve their productivity, often dramatically. Selling Power magazine declared, “To his powerful and famous clients, Barry Maher is simply the best sales trainer in the business.”
It soon became apparent that the strategies that were so effective in helping managers, executives and salespeople succeed worked every bit as well with the issues all of us face in business.
Whether as a speaker or a consultant, Barry is hired to get results: to improve productivity and attitude and ultimately, the bottom line. To make his clients money.
Those clients include organizations like ABC, the American Bar Association, the American Management Association, AT&T, Blue Cross, Budget Rent a Car, Canon, the Department of Homeland Security, IBM, Infiniti Automotive, Johnson & Johnson, Lufthansa Airlines, McDonald’s, Merck, the National Lottery of Ireland, the Small Business Administration, Verizon and Wells Fargo as well as innumerable professional and trade associations.
Barry is the author of Filling the Glass which was cited as “[One of] The Seven Essential Popular Business Books” by Today’s Librarian magazine. His latest book, No Lie: Truth Is the Ultimate Sales Tool, from McGraw-Hill, has been translated around the world. His other books include The Prentice Hall Marketing Yearbook, the niche book, Getting the Most from Your Yellow Pages Advertising and the mini-cult classic novel, Legend.
You may have seen Barry on The Today Show, NBC Nightly News or CNBC. And he’s frequently featured in publications like USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The London Times, Business Week and—what he insists is his personal favorite—Funeral Service Insider.
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