Stop being so nice! The key to global economic growth | Amy Karam
The world’s economic powers are shifting. Find out how the West needs to wake up and change its game in order to protect its Innovation Advantage and preserve its economic strength.
Amy is a passionate speaker, consultant, author and corporate instructor of Stanford University professional development courses, as well as her own workshops. With a unique and engaging style, she lectures on topics including innovation, sales, marketing, global competitiveness and China.
Amy has worked with over 50 countries and at companies such as Cisco, Apple, Visa, Nationwide, Capital One, SAP, Bell Canada and AT&T. Notably, she led a CEO-sponsored global competitive sales support program at Cisco Systems, the catalyst for her current practice. She has also led business development initiatives with the World Bank. Notably, she led a CEO-sponsored global competitive sales support program at Cisco Systems, the catalyst for her current practice.
Amy poured her experience and desire to influence change into her book, The China Factor: Leveraging Emerging Business Strategies to Compete, Grow and Win in the New Global Economy.