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Randy is a speaker, author, trainer, certified coach, and consultant with McGhee Productivity Solutions (www.mcgheepro.com
) with more than 20 years of experience in business development and organizational behavior. He has great passion and insight for helping organizations and individuals deal with change management and the transitions needed for impactful transformation.
Working in channel strategy, sales, and marketing with software companies DaVinci Systems, Powersoft, Sybase, and Idiom Technologies has given him the expertise in the dynamics of change.
While at DaVinci Systems, Randy strengthened his skill set in International markets including Latin America, EMEA, and the Pacific Rim. Serving as a business unit manager at Sybase, overseeing $20 million in sales, managing marketing and operations for channel sales and fulfillment, he understands the importance and value of clear communication and excellent customer service.
Randy’s work at Arbour Hospital and Aspen Education Group strengthened his insight and skills with head-heart integration as he worked with families and individuals in crisis, helping them to break dysfunctional patterns.
Randy is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Randy’s powerful questions and keen listening skills can assist you in finding greater clarity and understanding of the next steps in moving you from where you are to where you want to be.
"The only thing permanent is change. It is human nature to find change unfamiliar and awkward. I have found that the only way one can truly embrace change and live into their full potential is through accountability and integrity with others. It cannot be done alone."
- Randy Pierce