Apple's Steve Jobs has a reputation for innovation, particularly with Apple's company slogan of "Think Different". Carmine Gallo wrote a book that reviewed Jobs' presentation secrets and now details his innovation secrets. Gallo discusses his book, including the seven points of innovation followed by Steve Jobs. Gallo also talks about the thought process that led to this follow-up to his previous successful book.
Carmine Gallo is a presentation, media training and communication skills coach for the world’s most admired brands. He transforms executives into extraordinary presenters—working directly with the companies that touch your life every day. His clients include Intel, Hyundai, Chase, IBM, Nokia, Chevron and many other notable brands. Gallo has also made a mark as a crisis communications specialist, working with major banks, consumer goods and agricultural companies that faced industry-threatening challenges.
Gallo is a columnist for Bloomberg Businessweek.com, writing a popular column on the topic of leadership and communications, and his current book, “The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs,” reveals the 7 principles that have driven Steve Jobs’ success and that can help readers achieve incredible breakthroughs. This title dropped one year after his national and international best-seller, “The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs,” which has been translated into 16 languages. He is a keynote speaker and seminar leader whose multimedia presentations are a hit with audiences around the world. As a former television anchor and business correspondent for CNN, CBS, TechTV, and Fox, Gallo is a popular guest and has appeared on CNBC, NBC, CBS, and in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, MSNBC.com, BNET, RedBook, Forbes.com, as well as many other media outlets. Gallo also worked as Vice President of Media for Ketchum, a global top 5 public relations firm. He brings a unique breadth of experience as a journalist, entrepreneur, author and public relations professional.
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