Allen Fahden

Is half the world crazy? Do you feel that half the brains in the world are at odds with yours? Why do 50% of your coworkers operate with Turtle steadiness while the other 50% have hare spontaneity? Is the other half is wrong, and maybe a little evil? 

Find out from author, corporate trainer, and former stand-up comic Allen Fahden AKA "The Professor of Suckonomics" and "The $2 Guy". Allen is the creator of HOT Team Profile and has written chapters for best selling books The One Minute Millionaire. Additionally, he has consulted with countless Fortune 500 companies, as well as celebrity business owners such as Paul McCartney and Bill Murray. Allen been featured by People Magazine, ABC News, BBC TV, and countless television and radio broadcasts, as well as syndicated and local print media across the U.S.

Summary/Bio:

Author, corporate trainer, and former stand-up comic Allen Fahden has consulted with countless Fortune 500 companies, as well as celebrity business owners such as Paul McCartney and Bill Murray. Allen been featured by People Magazine, ABC News, BBC TV, and countless television and radio broadcasts, as well as syndicated and local print media across the U.S.

Creator of the HOT Team Profile, Allen has also written chapters for best-selling The One Minute Millionaire by Chicken Soup for the Soul co-author Mark Victor Hansen. Allen's profiles have sold 400,000 copies internationally. Preproduction copies of his upcoming book, Is Half the World Crazy? have received critical acclaim.

The innovation and team techniques featured in Allen's work have resulted from years of developing ways to create new ideas that will sell to both clients and the mass market. His experience in the field includes presiding over his own award-winning advertising agency, as well as serving as Vice-president and Creative Director of D'Arcy, Masius, Benton, and Bowles, and as Senior Writer for accounts such as Levi's at Foote, Cone, and Belding in San Francisco.

Over 30 years working with teams as corporate executive and as a trainer in Edwards Deming's Quality processes, Allen identified an understanding of people's strengths that allows them to triple their performance in the beginning creating, planning and decision stages. By appreciating what a team member can do, and not expecting them to do what they can't, he has freed people to transform their work, relationships and purpose.

Allen resides in San Diego, CA, where he divides his time between writing, corporate consulting, and giving keynote speeches.

AKA: "The Professor of Suckonomics" & The $2 Guy

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