Dr Raman K Attri XpertX
Interview with Dr Raman K Attri XpertX
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s My Future Business Show I have the pleasure of welcoming to the show, founder of research forum XpertX, performance scientist, speaker, author of SPEED MATTERS, and global authority on speed in learning and performance, Dr Raman K Attri.
A performance scientist, Dr Attri is the world’s leading authority on proven methods to speed up professional performance. An organizational learning leader at a $40bn Fortune 500 technology corporation, Dr Attri manages a Hall of the Fame training organization, which is also named one among the top 10 in the world.
As the prolific author of 20 multi-genre books, Dr Attri writes on the importance and methods to accelerate the path to excellence. Passionate about learning, Dr Attri holds two doctorates in the learning domain, earned over 100 international educational credentials, and is awarded some of the world’s highest certifications.
Dr Attri has come to understand that speed is the only competitive weapon in today’s highly accelerated world. Therefore, he works with corporate executives to help them shorten the time to proficiency of their employees by half to save time/ money and stay competitive. He works with professionals to help them excel in their performance at a faster rate.
In his latest book, Dr Attri talks about how speed of business creates high skill obsolesce, massive technological innovations, and rapid changes. Thus, global leaders must develop the performance of their employees at par with that speed. Dr Attri’s SPEED MATTERS book makes that speed the number one priority for leaders to stay ahead in the competition.
To learn more about SPEED MATTERS, or to contact Dr Attri directly, click the link below.
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