How do you break the ice in the UAE?
When do you present a contract in China?
How close should you stand to a South Korean?
Wouldn’t it be great to schedule a Speaker who knows the answers?
A speaker who has the data on diverse cultures – so you can properly present your products, run global workforces, communicate effectively and close business in the BRIC, the Middle East, or Manhattan.
A presenter who can compare sales techniques, negotiating styles, contracts, concepts of time, dining customs, gifts, gestures, and protocol around the globe!
And by the way, someone who is entertaining, informative, and can give you examples of brilliant openings – and horrible blunders – in any given intercultural situation!
Terri Morrison is that Speaker.
CoAuthor of the bestselling Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands book series and the Digital Product
used by everyone from IBM and Campbell’s Soup to Ohio State and Duke University.
Terri Morrison’s keynotes and seminars cover intercultural communications, diversity, globalization, and worldwide sales & marketing. She integrates information into each presentation from her award-winning books: Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands: The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More Than Sixty Countries (A Library Journal Best Business Books Winner, over 275,000 copies sold), Dun & Bradstreet’s Guide to Doing Business Around the World, and her new book Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands: Sales & Marketing!
Her seminar clients include multinationals like AT&T, Accenture, the American Bar Association, American Airlines, American Express, Assurex, Boeing, Campbell’s Soup, Cisco, Deloitte-Touche, Dun & Bradstreet, DuPont, Ernst & Young, Franklin Templeton Investments, IBM, Marsh & McLennan, Microsoft, NATO, Orbitz, Pepsi-Cola, National Association of Realtors, the National Business Aviation Association, World Trade Associations, and many more.
She has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg, and repeatedly on NPR. She has been profiled and quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Asia Times, Investor’s Weekly, USA Today, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Fast Company, National Geographic Adventure, ESPN, Business 24/7, Inc. Magazine, Fortune Magazine, and more.