Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Pattie Grimm, Let’s Go Kick Some Glass

  • Broadcast in Business
Speaking With Influence

Speaking With Influence


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Speaking With Influence.

Pattie Grimm has over 25 years of experience in leadership and team development. She brings her vast knowledge of leaders, team, and organizational effectiveness to each of her presentations and client engagements. Her keynotes and presentations are informative, interactive, impactful, and entertaining. She provides practical and real examples and strategies which can be applied at work and home

Pattie ran her own change leadership and business transformation consulting firm for 12 years. She had multiple year client relationships with The Los Angeles Times, Mattel Toys, and Total Performance (Ultramar) Oil, Intel, HP, City of Costa Mesa Fire and Planning Departments, State of Washington and many others. Her company helped transform client businesses through strategic planning, business process re-design, leader and team development.

In 1998, Pattie joined Microsoft to help lead their transformation to a customer-centric and sales excellence company. During her time at Microsoft, Pattie worked on many projects to transform Microsoft to be world-class sales/service leaders and sales professionals. Pattie spent three years in the Asia Pacific Region, where she led the region’s customer and partner excellence team.

Pattie returned to the world of change leadership and management consulting in 2013 after leaving Microsoft.  Her company helps companies “transform their business from the inside out.”  Pattie speaks on change leadership. building a customer centric company, leadership, and team effectiveness. 

Pattie’s book, Quiet Women Never Made History – Be Strong, Stand Up and Stand Out with the subtitle “Let’s Go Kick Some Glass is available on Amazon now. Pattie is a frequent speaker on women’s leadership, leadership, teams, and change management as well how to build a customer centric organization.