Craig Harrison has been profiled in The Wall Street Journal (8/11/98), cited in Business Week (7/02) and Bottom Line/Personal (11/02), interviewed by BBC radio live (6/8/04), quoted by the Real Simple magazine, Fast Company and Orange County Register (4/03), The Financial Times (6/02), Playgirl (9/99), Selling Power magazine (6/03), interviewed by 60 Minutes (5/00), fielded questions on K-101 FM (1/99) and his columns have run repeatedly in the San Francisco Chronicle and San Francisco Examiner.
Craig’s articles and columns on sales and service, leadership and communication have appeared in Transaction World, Executive Excellence, Sales & Marketing Excellence, Support World, Customer Service Newsletter, The California Job Journal, The Professional Caterer, NSA’s Speaker, NSN’s Storyteller and over seventy times in Toastmaster,and you’ve read about his Elevator Speech booklet in the San Francisco Chronicle. He’s even bee an online expert for CloudWise.com and match.com. It’s time you hear him speak!
Craig is an instructor for the University of California, Santa Cruz ‘s Silicon Valley campus in their Business department, designing two classes (on Meetings, Listening Skills), and teaching those, and two others (Credibility in the Workplace; being Positively Savvy in the Workplace) for the last 20 years. His 2017 course on 21st Century Business Communication just launched in January.
Does the idea of communicating in a business setting make you nervous? Gain the confidence you need to excel as a communicator, listener and leader with our "Business Communications" course, starting Jan. 17th. More info here: http://course.ucsc-extension.edu/modules/shop/index.html?action=section&OfferingID=5271896&SectionID=5279434
Posted by UCSC Silicon Valley Extension on Friday, January 6, 2017
Craig Harrison combines humor, wisdom and common sense to help you communicate with confidence and clarity. Let him help you experience the sweet taste of success.
The skilled and confident communicator opens doors, builds new relationships, serves others effectively and enhances one’s own leadership.