HARRY E. CHAMBERS
Harry E. Chambers brings 30+
years of practical business experience to his content-rich presentations.
His experience ranges from an hourly employee to executive officer in the
sales, operations, training and administrative areas with privately held and
Fortune 500 companies. He is
President of the Atlanta-based training/consulting company, Trinity Solutions,
Harry has trained, facilitated
and consulted with Boise State University, the University of Minnesota, and he
is affiliated with the Sam M.Walton Center for Management and Executive
Development at the University of Arkansas.
He has worked extensively with industry leaders such as AT&T, Pratt
and Whitney, and Thomson Consumer Electronics, as well as many public sector and
non-profit agencies. He is a
frequent presenter at Inc. Magazine’s Leadership Development Conferences and
his work has been featured on the web sites of CNN FN and Business Week OnLine.
An award-winning author, his books have been translated into six foreign
His articles, excerpts, and
direct quotes appear in many publications and journals, including Executive
Excellence, Success and Cosmopolitan magazines.
He has been interviewed on NBC’s Today Show and is a frequent guest on
radio talk shows discussing “Negativity in the Workplace” and “Dealing
with Bad Attitudes” along with a variety of management and leadership issues.
He is the author of the following publications:
The Bad Attitude Survival Guide: Essential
Tools for Managers. Reading, MA: Addison
Wesley Longman, 1998. A guide for
conquering negativity, improving performance and enhancing productivity.
Communication Skills for Scientific and
Technical Professionals. Cambridge, MA: Perseus
Finding, Hiring and Keeping Peak Performers. Cambridge, MA: Perseus Books, Spring 2001.
Getting Promoted: Real Strategies for
Advancing Your Career. Reading, MA: Perseus
No Fear Management: Rebuilding Trust,
Performance and Commitment in the New American Workplace. Co-authored by Dr. Robert Craft.
Delray Beach, FL: CRC/St. Lucie Press, 1998.
conducts the following seminars:
Performance Driven Leadership
Navigating Your Next Promotion
Mutual Benefit Conflict Resolution
Above and Beyond Customer Service
Establishing Successful Workplace Relationships
Finding, Hiring and Keeping Peak Performing Employees
Maintaining a Positive Focus: Overcoming Negativity in Today’s Workplace
Successfully Managing Bad Attitudes, Poor Performance and Organizational Change