Appearances

Throughout my career I have been blessed to appear in more than 31 podcasts, radio shows, and speaking engagements and look forward to many more chances to share. Below is a sample list:

Podcasts
The Subtleties of Effective Business Forecasting Tom Cox interviews Lynne M. White on Tom on Leadership BlogTalkRadio. November 15, 2011.

Missing Links Inside of Sales Fundamentals. Jim Butz interviews Lynne M. White. SoCalBuzz Podcast. socalbuzz.wordpress.com. August 21, 2006.

“Finding Profitable Customers”. Cynthia Trevino interviews Lynne M. White. Small Company, Big Image Podcast. smallcompanybigimage.wordpress.com. August 17, 2006.


Radio Appearances

“Accelerating Sales with CRM”, CRM Talk Radio, www.wsradio.com. November 8, 2006.

“Integrating Sales Processes into CRM“. CRM Talk Radio, www.wsradio.com. December 3, 2003.

“Business Solutions”. NBC “Money in the Morning” George Chamberlain, KSDO 1130AM Radio. Guests: Lynne White and Michael Lyons. December 18, 1997.

“Gaining Competitive Advantage through Strategic High-Tech Partnerships”. NBC “Money in the Morning” George Chamberlain, KSDO 1130AM Radio. Guests: Lynne White and D.K. Sappington, November 19, 1997.

“How HR Professionals Can Effectively Partner with Staffing Firms”. NBC “Money in the Morning” George Chamberlain, KSDO 1130AM Radio. Guests: Lynne White, Louis Song, and Victoria Stewart, August 22, 1997.


Speaking Engagements
“How to Manage Your Time & Boost Your Sales in 30 Days”. Ascension, San Diego, CA. May, 2009.

“7 Real World Tricks to Marketing in Turbulent Times”. High-Tech Marketing Alliance, San Diego, CA. April, 2008.

“3 Quick Ways to Identify Sales Behavior”. Global Speakers Forum, San Diego, CA. August 15, 2007.

“Incentive and Rewards – Aligning Behavior with Performance”. North County Personnel Association. San Diego, CA. April 11, 2007.

“Improving Sales Forecasting”. American Electronics Associations (AeA) San Diego Council. Co-Presenter with Customer Centric Selling. San Diego, CA. February 22, 2007.

“Call Center Recruitment”. Call Center Professionals Network (CCPN). San Diego, CA. November 2, 2006.

“CRM, The Hidden Sales Accelerator”. Women in High-Tech Marketing Alliance (WHTMA), June 29, 2006..

“Script Writing for Phone-Based Sales”. The Velocity Academy, LLC. April 16, 2006.

“IP & Trademark Laws: What’s New, What’s Changing and How to Use Effectively”, WITI. Guest Speaker with Lisa Martens and James Cleary. November 15, 2005.

“Strategic Marketing – Effective Buyer Identification Analysis”. American Electronics Associations (AeA) San Diego Council, Strategic Marketing Roundtable. San Diego, CA. April 26, 2005.

“How to Accelerate Your Sales with CRM”. Solutions Consulting Group, Multi-Presenters. December 14, 2004.

“HR – Sales Partnerships”. Chapman University, Human Resource Course Guest Speaker. October 16, 2003.

“Mastering Cold Calling”. Learning Annex, San Diego. Monthly 2002 – 2003.

“How to Tell Your Story”. Co-Presenter with Wendy Whitelaw. Chapman University. 2001.

“Information Technology Trends and Careers: A Road to Successful Employment”. Microsoft and New Horizons, Microsoft Skills 2000 Seminar on the following dates and locations:

“Retaining Employees”. San Diego CFO Roundtable, Hosted by Barney and Barney, LLP, San Diego, California. February 18, 1998.

“Effective Resumes / Career Marketing”. Point Loma College, San Diego, California. September 24, 1997.

“Interviewing Guidelines for SPE/Software Test Engineers”. Qualcomm. September 11, 1996.


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