With talents that established him as a Fortune 500 leader and professional stand-up comedian, Garrison Wynn, CSP, fuses comic timing and research to deliver motivational business expertise. For 20 years, he has given keynote presentations to clients (such as American Express, Wells Fargo, Oracle and NASA) at corporate and association events.
He is the author of the Amazon bestseller "The REAL Truth about Success," the Amazon #1 bestseller "The Cowbell Principle," and has been a weekly contributor to the Washington Post and featured Forbes and Inc. Magazines. In his teens he debuted the world’s first video gaming system (Odyssey) with baseball legend Hank Aaron and as a young man spent 6 years touring comedy clubs with the top names in the business. He went on to become the youngest department head in a Fortune 500 company’s history where he researched and designed processes for 38 company locations nationwide and developed & marketed products still being sold in 30 countries.
- Making the Most of Difficult Situations: Changing Markets, Changing Times
- Being the Best vs. Being Consistently Chosen
- Getting Great Results: Turning Talent Into Performance
- Generations Working Better Together
- The Real Truth About Success: What the Top 1% Do Differently and Why They Won't Tell You
Sales, Leadership, Customer Service, Communication, Success, Change, Safety, Motivation, Humor
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Garrison did a great job. Had a lot of comments from attendees how much they enjoyed his presentation. He spoke before our dinner, then joined us for dinner and had a great many conversations with guests during and after the dinner. In fact he was the last one to leave the room... - Certco