In this video Ralph shares some simple tips for how to build and enhance your reputation.
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Ralph Kison, President of Kison Inc., works with companies and associations across North America in business-to-business and professional services environments.
Ralph serves his clients in the capacities of trusted advisor, facilitator, trainer and coach. His range of experience enables him to assist clients address strategic planning, organizational development and talent attraction, development and retention issues. Typical results are increased employee engagement and contribution, improved organizational clarity and alignment amongst teams and the creation of common organizational values and culture.
Services include employee and organizational development in the areas of: training and development, leadership and management coaching, succession planning, and the facilitation of planning and partnering sessions.
Ralph’s career includes extensive experience in sales and business development; leadership, management and consulting with extensive experience in the engineering, architectural, construction, distribution and insurance industries. He is viewed as a strategic partner by many clients because of the insight, perspective, experience and passion he brings to projects and business relationships.
Ralph is a graduate of the University of British Columbia Marketing and Sales Management Program. He is a Certified Marketing Executive (CME) and Certified Sales Executive (CSE).
Ralph has taught professional sales courses at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) and the VANSEC I program for Sales and Marketing Executives International of Vancouver (SMEI).
Ralph is a member and past President (1993 – 1994) of SMEI Vancouver, member and past President (2003 – 2005) of the Canadian Society for Marketing Professional Services (CSMPS) and a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (ASHRAE)