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Charlie Moon has presented over 1,600 keynotes, workshops and sessions centered on encouraging and directing others to be the best version of themselves. Charlie’s expertise draws on his experience creating a better work environment with a wide variety of organizations, including banking and healthcare.

Charlie developed his process while leading hundreds of bankers in multiple locations. During his 20-year career in banking, Charlie was the Sr. Vice President of a one billion-dollar bank, managing hundreds of employees. He also played an integral role in the advancement and growth of a twelve-billion-dollar bank where over 6,000 employees served millions of customers in 150+ locations.

Looking for a fresh challenge, he now provides consultation and training to both businesses and non-profit organizations by helping them solve the real problems they face, not just the anxiety around the problems.

As a facilitator, Charlie is engaging, conversational, approachable and eager to share simple yet profound models with participants. One hundred percent of recent participants surveyed said “yes, what I learned will help me in my profession.”

Charlie Moon also assists organizations in raising funds and lowering stress, by auctioneering at benefit galas and events. He holds the designation of “Benefit Auctioneer Specialist” from the National Auctioneers Association and is certified by the Continental Auctioneer’s School of Auctioneering as a Charity/Fund Raising Auctioneer.

Charlie Moon holds an Associate of Arts from Northern Oklahoma College, a Bachelor of Education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University, and has completed the Graduate School of Banking, University of Wisconsin, Madison Wisconsin. He is DiSC and 12 Driving Forces certified, has completed the Association for Talent Development’s Trainer Certificate Program, and is a practitioner for The Psychology of Sales Call Reluctance, Behavioral Sciences Research Press and The Power of TED, Bainbridge Leadership Center.

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