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ken blanchard

Ken Blanchard

Serving clients like America Online, General Motors, and IBM, Ken Blanchard's leadership skills are witnessed around the world. Ken is universally characterized by his friends, colleagues, and clients as one of the most insightful and powerful individuals in business today. Ken has helped thousands of people across the globe employ leadership skills in their professional and personal lives.

Ken's exceptional speaking skills have received worldwide acclaim. With his polished storytelling, Ken has a unique gift of speaking to an audience and communicating to each person as if they were engaged in a one-on-one conversation. Ken has a knack for making seemingly complex subjects easy to understand.


As a published author, Ken's One Minute Manager has sold more than 12-million copies and remains on the best-seller list. In addition to his own published works, Ken has also co-authored many leadership books. His impact as a writer is far reaching.


Ken is recognized in the community as a leader. He is a visiting lecturer at Cornell University, where he is a trustee emeritus of the Board of Trustees. He has also received many awards and honors in the fields of management leadership and speaking. Some of Ken's honors include the National Speakers Association's highest honor of "Council of Peers Award of Excellence" and the "Golden Gavel" award from Toastmasters International.


Ken's client list is extensive. His clients include: America Online, American Golf Corporation, Amway, Baxter Healthcare, Chick-fil-A, Dow Corning, Eastman Kodak, General Motors, GTE, Hershey Foods Corporation, IBM, Kmart, Konica, Publix Supermarkets, Inc., Ritz-Carlton, Talbots, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Ken has teamed with Achieve Today to provide customized, one-on-one mentoring education. Working with Achieve Today, Ken's students have continued to exceed their expectations and reach their financial goals.


"What I've found in my work is that if all you do is study a program or go to a seminar or read a book, the chances of you actually implementing it aren't very successful unless you are willing to take a very important step, and that's to have a coach. I chose to co-author One Minute Entrepreneur with Ethan Willis, CEO of Achieve Today, because I felt his company's coaching program could help readers "put the book to work." So talk to the folks at Achieve Today about their Entrepreneur Coaching program and see if it's a good fit for you."


- Ken Blanchard

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