Executive Communications Skills Training, Sales Training and Leadership Development

Steve Giglio has learned that brands get blurry at the point where individuals communicate it. Many times that starts at the top with a company’s leadership. Using his keen insight, well-researched industry knowledge and professional communication skills, Steve has created leadership development and sales training programs that have helped Fortune 100 companies focus their brands.

Why Do Leaders Need a Coach?

Even the strongest leaders can benefit from outside perspective. Steve explains how in this video:


Click below to learn how Steve has utilized his knowledge-base and training in two critical business areas:

Effective Communications Skills Training

Steve Giglio is an experienced trainer and knows how to improve communication skills for individuals and team. Working with Fortune 500 companies, Steve’s business communication skills training programs deliver consistent results. Have an individual who needs to have a more assertive communication style? Perhaps your sales team needs to improve their business communication to close more deals. Steve has experience it all and provided valuable insight that helps individual and teams achieve their goals.

Sales Training and Leadership Development

Steve Giglio has provided results-driven sales training programs to the world’s most recognizable brands. Under his direction, sales teams and executives learn consistency of message, the value of systematizing the sales process and the importance of bottom-line pressure points. Steve’s sales training programs can be tailored to individual executives or he can deliver customized training for sales teams. And his training programs deliver results.

"Steve Giglio affects change in our executives and teams immediately. He is an integral part of our business, producing short- and long-term results that are as important as ever in this economy. The work Steve does for us is crucial to our success, especially now."
Edward Menicheschi, Publisher, Vanity Fair