There is no substitute for experience
Jim Temme is a professional speaker and trainer who has made close to 3,000 presentations to over 500 organizations in the U.S. and abroad.

Jim Temme Training & Development

Author | Trainer | Speaker | Consultant

Jim Temme has done nearly 3,000 speaking engagements over the last 25 years.  He has spoken to over 500 organizations—for-profit, not-for-profit and government organizations.

Some of the organizations for whom he has made presentations include:  American Express, Air Force Academy, Boeing, Duke Energy, Olive Garden, the College of American Pathologists, Express Scripts, Kaiser-Permanente, Citigroup, Columbia University, Piper-Jaffray, Honeywell, True Value Hardware, Mesa Airlines, Harley-Davidson, RadioShack, the U.S. Postal Service and many, many others.

His books have sold over 550,000 copies. He has written four books including Productivity Plus, a sequel to Productivity Power: 250 Great Ideas For Being More Productive, which has sold over 400,000 copies. Other books include TeamPower: How to Build and Grow Successful Teams, and Total Quality Customer Service: How to Make It Your Way of Life. In addition he has written magazine articles on time management, team building, dealing with company downsizing, prioritizing, strategic planning and goal setting, organizational climate, people skills, controlling your work day and managing stress.

Jim Temme stands out from all of the competition in the speaking field because of his diverse experience across all economic sectors. As a result he specializes in tailoring seminars to client needs and can help your organization. Contact Jim to see how he can work with you.

Jim Temme
Jim Temme Training and Development

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Author

More than 500,000 copies sold including best-seller Productivity Plus.

Trainer

More than 500 companies have hired Jim Temme.

Speaker

More than 2,500 speaking engagements for Fortune 500 Companies.

Working with the Best Companies in the U.S.

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“A failure is not always a mistake. It may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.”
~ B.F. Skinner