Keynotes by Jim McCormick focus on the fears that those in business feel when approaching and interacting with clients. By discussing these fears and different techniques to cope with them, McCormick hopes to enhance business experiences for both businesses and clients.
As a former corporate chief operating officer, McCormick knows how to satisfy customers' needs and wants, as well as how to communicate with them effectively. Currently, McCormick is a performance improvement expert and an accomplished business executive, as well as a visiting lecturer at San Jose State University.
Prior to this position, he consulted with large organizations like 'Bank of America' and 'Hewlett Packard' and served as a Special Assistant to the General Counsel in the U.S. Department of Energy. In terms of his education, McCormick earned a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Southern California and his Master's in Business Administration from the University of California.
As an author, McCormick is most well known for 'The Power of Risk: A Step-By-Step Guide to Performance Improvement Through Intelligent Risk-Taking' and '365: Daily Doses: Inspiration to Help You In Your Life.' A proclaimed risk-taker himself, McCormack is a world record-holding skydriver, taking part in over 3,000 skydives.
By dedicating his life to researching and documenting intelligent approaches to risks, keynotes by Jim McCormick explore hidden opportunities and techniques to eradicate customer-causing anxieties.