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Randy Bauer
Randy Bauer

Randy Bauer

Training and Organizational
Development

Travels from:

Lone Tree, Colorado

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Randy Bauer, MBA, has assisted thousands of people and hundreds of organizations in achieving solid performance and objective results. His strength in motivating and inspiring employees at all levels generates a highly-focused, passionate, and determined effort by every participant to achieve and maintain their highest performance.

Randy has more than twenty years experience as a training and organizational development professional. His emphasis in identifying needs, designing programs, persuading key executives to meet the challenge of performance improvement, delivering training and consulting services, setting goals, measuring results, and achieving objectives distinguishes him from other professionals in this field. His experience includes working with more than 150,000 employees and executives from the shop floor to the board room, in over 1,000 organizations ranging from the corner store to Fortune 500 companies, from the local library to the Library of Congress, and from the State House to the White House. Randy takes great pride in generating commitment, focus, and passion within an organization. His clients often describe him as persuasive, loyal, dependable, empathetic, cooperative, imaginative, and enthusiastic in the relentless pursuit of excellence.

Randy facilitates groups and individuals in areas such as: Team Building, Performance Appraisal, Supervision, Customer Service, "Working Smarter," Negotiating Conflict, and Vision and Mission. His clients have included organizations such as: AT&T; Westinghouse; Nucor Steel; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Department of Labor; State of Colorado; State of Nebraska; New York State University; Special Libraries Association; Cities of Aurora, Boulder, and Denver, Colorado; and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Randy is licensed by FranklinCovey to present: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Building Trust, and The Four Roles of Leadership.