Bill is the founder of Corporate Culture Development Inc. He has extensive experience in developing and implementing new training programs & products for the business and individuals to increase professional and personal effectiveness. As an accomplished management consultant, Bill focuses on providing training material based on "The Herrmann Brain Dominance Model," a cutting edge thinking & learning styles technology.
His presentation strengths include a depth of knowledge and understanding about how people think and make decisions, natural enthusiasm for contributing that information and the rapport he builds with participants.
Bill is also a specialist in "Non-Violent Communication" a technique that reduces conflict and connects people to life giving communication. By meeting the internal needs of all the individuals involved, understanding and clarity comes and the conflict can work to resolution.
Noted for his practical and innovative training workshops, Bill uses his expertise of business practices and interpersonal skills to help professionals, business and government leaders to develop strategies in the areas of communication, sales, marketing, teambuilding, and strategic planning as well as mediation and conflict resolution.
Bill combines 12 years experience using "The Herman Brain Dominance Model" thinking and learning styles model and "Nonviolent Communication" a process that strengthens our ability to develop and inspire compassion within others and ourselves.
Bill believes that the understanding and application of these two techniques presents a new remarkable perspective and understanding on how human beings exist in the world. The workshops are filled with invaluable tools that will provide the necessary skills to transform companies, relationship to those around us and to ourselves. Bill has a Bachelors degree in Biology and Education and a Masters degree in Sports Administration, is a graduate of the Executive Entrepreneur Program and is a specialist in the psychology of performance & personal development.