Thursday, 30 May 2013

Erik Vermeulen



Erik Vermeulen has been a Business consultant and international Keynote speaker since 1994. He specialises in Corporate Behaviour strategies, allowing companies to create more profitable behaviours by examining how their teams work and how they interact with their employees as well as their customers. Erik explores trends and behaviours that have shaped the business world, and ones that will be required to motivate and improve performance in a post-recession business world where corporate spin become less powerful than customer and employee experience.
He has served long-term consulting contracts with some of the world’s largest companies and leaders in the global marketplace. His clients have found that Erik has the ability to put plenty of real-life business issues into perspective and offer realistic alternatives to team and leadership issues. He is frequently singled out for his enthusiasm, down to earth attitude and refreshing approach to people.
Erik believes that you cannot motivate people, he takes a highly effective behavioural approach to leadership that allows him to influence what people are motivated to do! He shows companies how to build "virtual" teams that include both their employees and their customers, making a significant impact on the bottom-line. He has helped a global mobile phone company sell 60 000 units in a saturated market in under 3 weeks.
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Erik is adept at speaking on issues relating to employee and customer relationships – soft skills that produce hard results. His insights into how consumers and employees behave and how to shape these behaviours in a new economy shaped by technology are essential in Leadership and bottom-line success.
Erik's presentations focus on:

    • Personal Success – "Find your 5"
    • Customer and Employee Behaviour – "There's a shark in the Vending Machine"
    • Social Media and Marketing – "Never Cold Call again"
    • Behavioural Styles in sales and team-work – "Why can't everyone just be normal – like me?"

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