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Christopher Salem

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Christopher Salem

Christopher Salem is a CEO, Executive Coach, Corporate Trainer, and Professional Speaker who works with companies to create an interdependent work environment and thriving culture through a growth mindset foundation, effective communication, transparent leadership, and higher engagement. He also mentors C-Suite, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and sales professionals to build and protect their brands by raising their level of influence as trusted advisors to maximize their results.

Christopher Salem is a CEO, Executive Coach, Corporate Trainer, Professional Speaker, Award-Winning Author, and Radio Show Host – Media Personality working with organizations to

guide them toward solutions for enhancing corporate culture, improving workplace communications, and increasing employee engagement.  He also mentors C-Suite, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and sales professionals to build and protect their brands by raising their level of influence as trusted advisors to maximize their results. His book Master Your Inner Critic / Resolve the Root Cause – Create Prosperity went international best seller in 2016. He also co-authored the recent edition to “Mastering the Art of Success” with Jack Canfield. His weekly radio show Sustainable Success is part of the Voice America Influencers Channel.  Chris is also an accomplished business & emotional intelligence strategist and wellness advocate.  He works with organizations such as such as JP Morgan – Chase, Ralph Lauren, GE Research, UTC – Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon, Microchip Technologies, Anthem, US Census Bureau, United Healthcare, Laticrete Corporation, Hubbell Corporation, Conning & Company, Foxwoods Casino, US Senate, FDA, and NYPD Forensics Department including universities such as University of Hartford, Westchester Community College, Bay Path University, Worcester State University, and spoke on overcoming limited beliefs for peak performance at Harvard University’s Faculty Club.