Terry Hill

Terry Hill’s career has included 30 years with leading organizations in the Pharma Industry where he worked in Sales, Training and Performance Coaching.

He delivers the following programs for BRODY as in-person sessions and also virtually via webinars: Presentation Skills, TIM/EI/FMKD Soft Skills, Emotional Intelligence and Navigating TL.

Since 2009, Terry has worked independently, writing and delivering training programs with leading companies in several business sectors.

He has a lifelong fascination for what drives people and is a published author in that field. Terry’s book, The Inspiration Code, was short-listed for Best Management Book of 2016 by the CMI and topped several categories on Amazon in 2017.

Training Experience

Terry has delivered many in-person and webinar training sessions for clients in several industries. Examples include:

  • Cognizant
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Tardis Medial Consultancy
  • Walmart
  • Toyota Motor
  • Apple
  • Springfield Armory, Inc.
  • Liberty Interactive
  • Western Union
  • Vans
  • UberOffices
  • Staples Inc.
  • Citigroup
  • KLA Tencor
  • Burger King
  • Lexmark
  • Kraft Heinz
  • GenCorp
  • Andeavor
  • Summit Entertainment
  • Take-Two Interactive
  • Bunn-O-Matic Corporation
  • The Valspar Corporation
  • Trader Joe’s
  • CME Group

Education, Credentials & Awards

  • Master’s Degree in Business Psychology
  • Certified Performance Coach
  • Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
  • Qualified to Level A and B in Psychometric Testing and the LAB profile (Words that change minds)
  • Received “Trainer of the Year” and “Performance Coach of the Year” awards at Pharma Industry organizations where he worked in Sales, Training and Performance Coaching

How Would You Describe Your Training Style?

“Relaxed, friendly and informal on the outside, passionate and driven on the inside. Delegates usually speak of my knowledge, passion and humor.”

What Do You Like Most About Training?

“Making a difference. Having a hand in someone else’s success.”