Meet Paul Endress
Once you’ve started nine companies (four successes, five failures) and sold your software company, what do you do next?
If you’re Paul Endress, you dedicate yourself to understanding how the best leaders of all time communicate, combine it with the latest in modern psychology, and create easy-to-use communication frameworks to share with the world.
Paul first attracted national attention in 2006 with his ground-breaking program I Think I Know What I Think You Said and his Communication Dynamix™ system in 2010. Both of these systems are based upon the revolutionary principle that the success of any communication is the responsibility of the communicator and that understanding ourselves and adapting to those around us is the key to communication success. Research consistently shows that effective communication is one of the foundational (and most often missing) skills of leaders.
His research and the resulting strategies can be found in his best-selling books and programs:
I Think I Know What I Think You Said (2006); The People Puzzle (2008); Who Are These People Anyway? (2009); Communication Dynamix™ (2010); The Magic of Communication Styles (Cardinal House Press, 2015); and Managing By Influence (Cardinal House, 2017).
Building on the success of the Communication Styles 2.0™ model, in The Magic of Communication Styles (2015) Paul has launched a communication assessment and system based on a new methodology. It simplifies and explains the natural communication tendencies of people and teams and shows each person how to make the most of their strengths and gradually improve their weaknesses.
Expect strategies you can use to solve problems and take advantage of opportunities in today’s ultra competitive business environment.
A captivating speaker, Paul has helped tens of thousands of individuals and business executives become outstanding communicators through his coaching, consulting, seminars, speeches, and products.
This includes executives from companies such as Mitsubishi, Chevron, Exxon, Shell, and Halliburton, as well as thousands of other business professionals at corporate events, public seminars, and association events.