When introducing Bill Stainton, what do you get when you take a guy who has won 29 Emmy Awards in the field of Entertainment, written for HBO, NPR, Comedy Central, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and, worked with celebrities like Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen Degeneres, and Bob Newhart.
Combine him with a guy who worked in corporate management for 20 years, owns two corporations, and has authored nine corporate training programs on subjects from Customer Service to Leadership and Teambuilding; throw in a guy who is an internationally recognized Beatles expert, was the creator and host of Seattle's first Breakfast With the Beatles radio show, and has met (and, in some cases, shared a pint or two of beer with) a number of people who were personal players in the Beatles' story...including two fellows named McCartney and Starr!
You get a one-of-a-kind presentation that your audience will never forget!
Bill shares the 5 key business decisions the Beatles made that led to their unprecedented success. Fortunately, these decisions apply to any business, any industry, and any organization! In addition, Bill Stainton is the author of "The 5 Best Decisions the Beatles Ever Made"...a Handbook for "Top of the Charts" Success, and the co-author of "Humor Us: America's Funniest Humorists on the Power of Humor", both of which are available in quantity discounts to help drive his message home.
Bill has been the co-owner of his own successful corporate training company, Right Brain. As a writer and producer, he has authored training programs on topics such as Customer Service, Team Motivation, and Employee Orientation.
Bill is also an accomplished (accomplished being a relative term): musician, juggler, pilot, scuba diver, magician, and tennis player. Conversely, his golf game is a disaster.
- The 5 Best Decisions The Beatles Ever Made... And Why You Should Make Them Too!
- Lead Like the Beatles
Business, Management, Customer Service, Leadership, Team Building, Motivation, Music, Humor, Success
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