Tim Sanders is more than a keynote speaker, his real world experience, research savvy and deep understanding of the human condition make him an indispensable consultant to some of the biggest brands in the world. His Los Angeles based company, Deeper Media, conducts research on business trends, new media and human behavior.
Through the digital channels, speaking and his three best-selling business books (Love Is The Killer App, The Likeability Factor and Saving The World At Work), Sanders is on a mission to make every person - everyday - really think about their purpose and what they're bringing not only to their work, but to the world. His newly published book, Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confi-dence, is meant to foster and develop complete confidence in everything that you do. It's a powerful read geared to helping audiences around the world instil a solutions-oriented, promise-keeping culture of highly confident and innovative people. Sanders was at ground zero during the dotcom crash, as Yahoo!'s Chief Solutions Officer. He saw some companies and individuals rise up from the ashes and others wither and fail. The difference, he learned, lies in confidence, trust in team and belief in mission. He should know, these practices catapulted him from sales executive at Mark Cuban's broadcast.com to Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo! in less than four years. A bestselling author, leadership coach, and former Yahoo! executive, Tim Sanders is one of today's most prominent advocates for building business success through sharing your knowledge, network, and compassion with your business partners. Tim has valuable experience in cutting-edge businesses, sales and marketing. He's weathered the quality movement as well as the dotcom crash and emerged with precious insight. After graduate school and a short stint working with quality movement guru Ed Deming, Sanders went to work for Southwestern Bell Mobile systems at the birth of the U.S. cellular phone industry. He applied his expertise of quality, marketing and sales to help launch one of the most important industries of our time - wireless communications for the masses. In 1996, Sanders went to work at broadcast.com for Mark Cuban, an audacious entrepreneur. After the company was sold to Yahoo!, Sanders created and led the Yahoo! ValueLab, an in-house "think tank" which delivered futuristic insight on technology and human behavior. While working there, he discovered that the company was moving too slowly for the innovation required at the time. Leading by example, he started a movement that inspired their executives to make more and faster decisions and to take calculated risks. Even though he was just a Director, within one year, market analysts and board members recognized him as the leader in the company. In 2002, Sanders was named Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo!, at a time when the Internet industry was going through significant change and pressure from the stock market. He was charged with responding to multi-million dollar critical situations and empowered to make decisions in the field. From this experience, he learned that leadership is a personal decision, not just the function of a title.
What he presents:
Tim Sanders gives the Power To The People
People Skills Are Key
Do Well By Doing Good
The Power Of One Person
How To Be The First To Bounce Back
Harnessing The Power Of Total Confidence