United States Leadership Training Expert

Roger Ball
Huntersville, Charlotte, Hickory, Winston-salem, Greensboro, United States

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Roger is the President of Ascendant Leadership, an authorized licensee of Crestcom International, which operates in over 60 countries and more than 50 U.S. markets providing an award winning leadership program. Roger operates in the state of North Carolina.
Ascendant Leadership works with small, mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies to improve their business performance by developing their managers into leaders in the 10 core leadership skills needed to be an effective leader: communications, customer service, people development, leadership, change management, negotiation, problem solving, productivity improvement, strategic thinking and team building.
Prior to forming Ascendant, Roger spent over 30 years as a sales and marketing professional with comprehensive experience in developing business market strategies, directing sales initiatives and leading profitable growth to meet and exceeded sales and profit targets.
Roger is anunderstanding, innovative individual who has an excellent sense of teamwork and is dedicated to growing individuals through commitment, trust, fairness, and loyalty.

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  • 10214 Lasaro Way, Huntersville, Charlotte, Hickory, Winston-salem, Greensboro, North Carolina 28078, United States
  • (704) 892-2341

Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others - John Maxwell

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