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Bill Butterworth

Bill Butterworth

Award-winning author and speaker

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Bill Butterworth is an award-winning speaker and author with nearly 40 titles to his name. Whether it’s a Fortune 500 company, professional sports team, or a family conference, Bill’s extraordinary ability to blend humor, storytelling, wisdom and practicality has resonated with a wide range of audiences across the globe.

Bill Butterworth is an award-winning speaker and author with nearly 40 titles to his name. Whether it’s a Fortune 500 company, professional sports team, or a family conference, Bill’s extraordinary ability to blend humor, storytelling, wisdom and practicality has resonated with a wide range of audiences across the globe.

For close to 30 years Bill has traveled full-time speaking to hundreds of audiences, including Fortune 500 clients such as Microsoft, Walt Disney, Ford, Chrysler, Bank of America, and Verizon, as well as over 50 professional sports teams in the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball.

Beyond speaking, Bill has authored over three-dozen books as a writer and a ghostwriter. His latest contribution is a book entitled Everyday Influence. Other authored titles include such classics as Balancing Work and Life, Building Successful Teams, The Short List, and The Promise of the Second Wind.

Before his speaking and writing career took shape, Bill taught at the college level for thirteen years and was a counselor for six years.

Balancing Work and Life
Building Successful Teams
The Only Constant is Change
The Only Constant is Change
Everyday Influence
You Can Be An Ideal Leader
The Short List (In a life full of choices there are only four that matter)
Exceptional Customer Service
The Promise of the Second Wind
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