Mary Redmond survived 25 years working for some of the largest financial institutions in the world. She understands the challenges that executives, managers and team players face when corporations face change. No matter what changes must occur:
- Marketing campaigns, slogans and agencies
- Product offerings and services
- Target customer profiles
- Geographic territories
- Management philosophies
She’s Innovative and Funny
As an improvisational comedy performer, Mary knows how to adapt and anticipate her audience’s needs and moods. She lives by the Five Rules of Improvisational Comedy Performers:
- Say YES AND. . .Add information when necessary not to fill dead air. Attention spans are short.
- ‘Nuff said. Momma taught you that you have two ears and one mouth. Use each in that proportion.
- Change, Change, Change. Be Flexibile. Adapt.
- Live in the moment. Stay fully present with your audience.
- There are no stupid questions.
As a top sales producer for more than 20 years, she consistently ranked in the top 10% of sales performers for years. She knows the world of commissioned sales. For years she believed that although you might be a hero on December 31, come January 1 you become a Zero with a new and bigger quota looming.
She Understands that “No” can Mean “Maybe”
Mary negotiates with anyone for almost anything. She has faced attorneys, accountants, corporate executives, hotel front desk clerks, airline gate agents, discount store customer services associates, tow truck drivers, drunks and bullies. That’s how she earned the reputation as the FearLess Negotiator.
She’ll Open Your Heart and Touch Your Soul
Mary openly shares her challenges from a traumatic brain injury and her daily battle with an addiction. She lives a life filled with hope, where once there was despair.
- Your best life begins today.
- You’re never too old to learn a new trick.
- Do-overs and fresh starts are allowed.
- It’s never too late.
- God will provide the tools, talents and time, if you let Him.