“True leadership occurs when people do something because they want to — not because they have to.“
Ryan T. Sauers
Ryan T. Sauers has spent nearly 30 years leading, running, and consulting with marketing and visual communications-related companies. Ryan is President and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of the firm Sauers Consulting Strategies LLC and End Resultz Inc. Sauers, along with his staff, consults with a variety of profit and nonprofit organizations in a multitude of industry sectors.
Key focus areas include executive coaching, personal branding, leadership & communications development, sales training, marketing strategy, entrepreneurship training, negotiation/conflict resolution skills, and organizational change strategy. Sauers is a frequent national speaker and columnist who has been recognized as one of the top 80 CMO’s in the world, and has achieved the rigorous Certified Marketing Executive designation thru Sales and Marketing Executives International.
An adjunct university professor, Sauers teaches leadership, marketing, and communication courses to current and aspiring business leaders. He is a Certified Myers Briggs, DiSC, and Emotional Intelligence Practitioner (one of few in US to achieve all THREE certifications), and is a regular blogger for the global audience of both PI WORLD and Print and Promo.
Sauers has completed his doctoral courses in Organizational Leadership and is ABD…. currently working on his dissertation focused now what makes small business entrepreneurs successful over a long period of time. Ryan is the host of Marketing Matters, a weekly radio show that airs in Atlanta and later as a global podcast. And, is also the host of the Community Connections TV Show that comes out as a video show and global podcast too.
Fun Facts: the 3F’s are important to me – Faith, Family (married to wife Lara for over 24 years with three daughters ages 21, 18, and 13), and Friends.
Fun Facts 2: I am a huge sports enthusiast, an avid reader, and I love to travel.
Quote to Remember: “Everyone Has an Equal 168 hours Each Week… How One Chooses to Use this Time… Makes All the Difference.”- Ryan T. Sauers