Emprendedor , comentarista y autor de La Era Digital. Fue el Chief Solutions Officer de Yahoo.
Areas de Experiencia:
Autores Best Sellers
Medio Ambiente y Responsabilidad Social
Escucha aquí la entrevista de Tim Sanders en Radio Red con Sergio Sarmiento y Francisco Rodriguez, CEO de Smart Speakers.
Tim has valuable experience in cutting-edge businesses, sales and marketing. He's weathered the quality movement as well as the dotcom crash and emerged with precious insight. He was the Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo! and later their Leadership Coach. Prior to these senior positions Tim created and led the Yahoo! ValueLab, an in-house "think tank" which delivered futuristic insight on technology and human behavior. He was also an early member of Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's broadcast.com, the most successful opening day IPO in history.
Author and Media Credits His first book, Love is the Killer App: How to Win Business and Influence Friends is a New York Times and international business best seller, translated in a dozen languages. It stresses the importance of knowledge sharing, networking and compassion. His follow up, The Likeability Factor explains the concept of emotional talent and the importance of creating an engaging experience. It was the basis for a PBS Special, produced by leading affiliate WQED. His third book, Saving the World at Work, examines the external relationship between a business, its people and society. It makes a strong business case for corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability initiatives being at the top of a company's strategic agenda. The book was named as one of the top 30 business books of 2008 by Executive Soundview. In his newest book, Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confidence, Sanders updates Napoleon Hill, Dale Carnegie and Dr. Norman Vincent Peale to tackle a new world, where social media and transparency present unique challenges to our sense of confidence, sanity and faith, and shows how to unleash winning behaviors to achieve total confidence. His work is frequently featured in the media, most recently in The New York Times, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company.