Greshes Warren

It’s been said about Warren Greshes that his presentations elevate a keynote speech to a form of performance art. Sharpened on the grindstone of New York’s cut-throat garment industry, where he spent 10 years as a national sales manager, his street-smart sales instinct combine with an electrifying style for a session you won’t soon forget.


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Author, Customer Service, Motivation, Sales


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It’s been said about Warren Greshes that his presentations elevate a keynote speech to a form of performance art. Sharpened on the grindstone of New York’s cut-throat garment industry, where he spent 10 years as a national sales manager, his street-smart sales instinct combine with an electrifying style for a session you won’t soon forget.

As an expert in the areas of sales motivation and personal and professional development, Warren has addressed corporate and association audiences all over the world. His corporate clients include: Bridgestone/Firestone, Hewlett Packard, Monsanto and Coca Cola. Warren has also spoken in front of some of the largest and most prestigious organizations in the world, including The Million Dollar Round Table, The National Association of Realtors and Sales and Marketing Executives International.

International audiences find his practical "real world" solutions and views on the global economy are right on the money. His positive and pragmatic message has given thousands the power to overcome obstacles and "conquer the world." His unique, action-oriented style and customized messages consistently earn him high praise from his clients.

Warren has produced audio and video programs in the areas of sales, success and customer service, including the award-winning, "Supercharged Selling: The Power to be the Best," and as of March 2006, John Wiley & Sons Publishers released his first book, The Best Damn Sales Book Ever: 16 Rock Solid Rules for Achieving Sales Success!

Warren has served on the board of directors of the National Speakers Association, and in 1998 was awarded their highest designation when he was inducted into the Speaker’s Hall of Fame.

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