Gary Purece is a senior executive leadership, executive coach, presentations coach, keynote speaker, facilitator and executive career transition advisor. Mr. Purece's successes are in advising and coaching CEO's, C-level executives, and senior managers of start-up to small business to Fortune 100 organizations. His clients are in search of a mentor and coach to help with difficult leadership decisions, making life-changing career transition decisions, and who want to improve their executive presence. Mr. Purece's successful experience at the senior levels of business makes him a valuable resource of leadership, management, career, and communication information to executives. He is the former Senior Consultant and Executive Coach at global talent leader Lee Hecht Harrison. He is the former Principal at Publicis Advertising, and also held senior management positions with Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, both global advertising agencies. Mr. Purece is an in-demand executive coach and keynote speaker with his topics of leadership, change and communication. He has coached executives from insurance companies, banks, utilities, medical device companies, the bio-pharma industry, wineries, technology start-ups, and entrepreneurs. Sample client list: Cisco, Wells Fargo, McKesson, Fireman's Fund, HP, JP Morgan, Chevron, Yahoo-Inc., Blackrock, Barclay's Global, Autodesk, Bank of America, Pacific Gas & Electric, Blue Shield California, University of CA, Plantronics.      
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Words Matter

Gary Purece

Gary Purece is a “Words Matter” specialist whose experience in broadcasting, advertising, and executive coaching has taught him the importance of clear and precise communication. What distinguishes Gary (a self-proclaimed word-geek) from others is his passion for the use of words in story-telling. In Gary’s program attendees will learn how leaders can begin today to use words that lead, inspire, persuade, and inform.

Gary says that positive words have helped him in his career. Words continually help but they never ask for anything in return. My thanks to words is to help others respect, honor, and value the use of good communication. Your words set the tone for corporate culture. Words Matter. Successful leadership requires proper selection and authentic delivery of Words.

what you get

  • Last up to one hour
  • Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
  • Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support