Harrison Monarth

Harrison Monarth

New York Times bestselling author and Executive Coach Harrison Monarth is a leader in the field of EXECUTIVE PRESENCE development, persuasive communication and leadership behavior. One of the most sought-after leadership development- and executive coaches in the United States, he helps managers, senior executives, CEOs, and other leading professionals grow personally and excel in their careers for greater professional impact. Harrison has personally coached leaders from major organizations in financial services, technology, medical, legal, hospitality and consumer industries, as well as real estate, nonprofit and politics. Clients include Hewlett-Packard, Standard and Poor’s, NASA, GE, General Motors, Barclay’s Bank, PepsiCo, Intel, Electronic Arts, Cisco Systems, IBM, Deutsche Bank, the US State Department, MetLife and many other leading organizations, as well as political candidates and Members of Congress. Known for his intensive and caring coaching style, Harrison easily gets clients to open up and embrace the powerful leadership behaviors and communication strategies and techniques he teaches. He gently pushes his clients to excellence, as he shows them how to project gravitas and communicate with maximum impact, using persuasive structure, strategic storytelling and social intelligence to connect emotionally and intellectually with colleagues and clients of all stripes. Internationally, Harrison’s coaching has been in demand by individuals and organizations in Bogota, Beijing, Frankfurt, Helsinki, London, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo. Harrison’s New York Times bestselling book, The Confident Speaker (McGraw-Hill 2007), is based on years of research and practice in the field of persuasive communication and high-impact speaking. His international bestselling book Executive Presence-The Art of Commanding Respect like a CEO (McGraw-Hill 2009) was named a top business book in Canada, Austria and China. Harrison's book 360 Degrees of Influence (McGraw-Hill 2012) had Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Jeffrey Pfeffer saying “...must reading for everyone who needs to build their personal brand and sell themselves”. Harrison’s latest book, the 2nd edition of Executive Presence-The Art of Commanding Respect like a CEO (McGraw-Hill 2019) is now available for pre-order and will be available at major book sellers June 2019. He is also a contributor to Fortune, Harvard Business Review and Entrepreneur.com
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