Stedman Graham Leadership Motivator
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steadman-grahamStedman Graham has built a strong reputation for helping corporations, organizations and individuals succeed.  Chairman and CEO of S. Graham and Associates (SGA) Graham presents, consults and conducts training with corportions, organizations and nonprofits on the topics of maximizing leadership, achieving success, growing business, embracing diversity, achieving optimal health and personal and professional branding. Graham is a widely known, highly regarded speaker and businessman.  He is author of the New York Times bestseller, You Can Make It Happen: A Nine-Step Plan for Success.

Customizing programs to address the needs of any organization, Graham’s Nine-Step Success Process is applied as a systematic approach to organizing and advancing life goals and aspirations. For corporations and organizations, The Success Process teachings provide a unique approach to establishing a company’s position in the marketplace by integrating business  growth, people and community relationships. Corresponding with nearly every SGA Success Process program is the teaching and application of Success Circles, life management tools that help define, focus and advance life  goals and ambitions or business goals and aspirations. The Nine-Step Success Process has been integrated into a number of corporate verticals including leadership, diversity, marketing, sales and professional develoopment. It is equally effective in establishing health, lifestyle, personal and teen development  goals.

Actively involved in education and philanthropy, Graham is an adjunct professor at University of Illinois Chicago where he teaches a leadership course based on his Nine-Step Process. He has taught at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management Northwestern and has been a visiting professor at several colleges and universities throughout the country. Graham interacts with teens nationwide via multi-city workshops through his The My Life Is About Foundation which addresses issues of particular relevance to individual communities. He is the author of nine books, including two New York Times bestsellers.

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