International Speaker, Bestselling Business Author "Tomorrow's Sales Thinking Today"
Prior to pursuing a career in sales, Simon Hazeldine worked as a bouncer and provided event security and bodyguard services to celebrities in the television and music industry.
Simon now works internationally as a professional speaker and consultant in the areas of sales, negotiation, business performance and applied neuroscience.
Simon has a Masters Degree in Psychology, is a Fellow of the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management, a longstanding member of the Professional Speaking Association and a licensed Prism Neuroscience Brain Mapping Practitioner.
Simon is the bestselling author of five books:
Simon has worked with Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies including AB-InBev, AOL, Avon Cosmetics, Carphone Warehouse, Computacenter, Dell, Dow Chemical Company, Ingram Micro, IPC Media, Johnson Matthey, Lexmark, London Business School, Merseyside Police, Nestle, NHS, Olympus, QlikTech, Ray-Ban, Syngenta, Tech Data, Thomas Cook, Thomas Miller, Time Warner, Vodafone, Weber Shandwick and Whitbread.
As an experienced and in-demand international speaker Simon has spoken in over thirty countries across five continents including Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Holland, Greece, Iran, Italy, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Portugal and the USA.
Simon has spoken for a variety of professional bodies and institutes including the Academy for Chief Executives, the Chartered Management Institute, the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management and the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply.
He has worked at a number of leading business schools including Ashridge Management College, Insead and London Business School.
So if you want a performance step change then please get in touch. Simon promises to give you "a good listening to" so that he can fully understand your needs, and then do his very best to exceed them. Simon will be delighted to talk with you about what you really need to do to achieve exceptional results. Whilst he is happy to chat to you about most things (apart from politics and the weather - unless you really insist), he is particularly passionate about performance improvement. This may seem a strange thing for a speaker to say, but it isn't the speech that matters. What really matters is what people do afterwards.
Also read Simon's article: How Neuroscience Can Power Your Sales Success