Top 10 Training & Thought Leaders

The employee training industry is full of accomplished and noteworthy individuals. It takes a certain umph to master training employees in a foreign software or program, and an even higher skillset to create entire training programs implemented by various businesses around the world.

We decided to compile a list of some of our favorite training and thought leaders who have accomplished significant feats in today’s industry. From bestselling authors, to notable business gurus, to renowned speakers- these leaders have achieved so much and are eager to share their extraordinary techniques and training methods with fellow training gurus.

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Daniel Pink

Renowned author, writes about unlocking the scientific secrets to good timing to help you flourish in life

Shawn Murphy

Culture and workplace climate advisor & partner to business leader. @WorqIQ senior partner. Keynote speaker & recognized author

Mike Myatt

Leadership advisor to CEOs & Boards — Bestselling Author of #HackingLeadership- Forbes Leadership Columnist — Chairman @N2Growth

carrie kerpen

CEO @likeablemedia

Marshall Goldsmith

#1 Coach, Speaker, Author and Professor of Management Practice at Dartmouth Tuck

Kevin Eikenberry

Author of Remarkable Leadership. Cofounder of @BudtoBoss and @LeadingRemotely. Chief Potential Officer of @TheKEGroup

Marsha Collier

Social Media, eCommerce, eBay, Customer Service. Forbes Top 10 Futurist, Founder #CustServ & #techradio podcast

Dorie Clark

Contributor to @harvardbiz; marketing strategist & keynote speaker; @dukefuqua prof; author.

Roy Atkinson

Sr. Writer/Analyst

Anna Sabryan

Social Media & Digital Marketing Professional, ICMI’s Top 50 Thought Leader

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