About me

Peter Shankman believes in Customers, Companies, and People. Whether it’s the CEO who needs help empowering his employees to create magical customer moments, to the Fortune 100 who needs a better understanding of its employees, to the small business who doesn’t know where to begin .

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speaking

Peter is one of the most sought after speakers on customer and social economies. Peter has keynoted events for corporations ranging from startups to Fortune 100s in over twenty five countries around the world.

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next events

I’m based in NYC, but spend a ton of time on the road. Below is what’s coming up for me – Am I in your city? If so, let’s connect – First cup of coffee is on me.

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PODCAST

The Faster Than Normal Podcast embraces the concept that having ADD or ADHD is a gift, not a curse.
Each week at www.fasterthannormal.com, CEO, entrepreneur, and public speaker Peter Shankman interviews people from all around the globe.

books

Four books, one bestseller, lots of pages, tons of good advice. Check out the books below and let me know what you think!

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Customer Service:

New Rules for a Social-Enabled World

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Nice Companies Finish First:

Why cutthroat Management Is Over and Collaboration Is In

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Zombie Loyalists:

Using Great Service to Create Rabid Fans

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Can We Do That?!

Outrageous PR Stunts That Work - And Why Your Company Needs Them

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shankminds

Join an exclusive community of 150 other entrepreneurs from around the world who offer advice, feedback, and accountability – both online and in person – in one of the fastest growing virtual business masterminds in the world!

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