Gary Purece is a communications coach and consultant who has helped hundreds of professionals and senior executives with difficult leadership communication issues, making life-changing career transition decisions, and with those who want to improve their executive presence. Gary’s clients learn how to identify their unique personal brand, articulate their message authentically to create a competitive edge, and to increase their leadership skills. His passion for words led to his many successes as a radio broadcaster and advertising executive. His work with senior executives in Fortune 100 companies helps them consistently deliver powerful communications in presentations, interviews, achieving higher levels of leadership presence, articulating their strengths to make life-changing career opportunities, and inspiring and motivating teams.
Gary Purece has over 25 years of experience as a senior executive leadership consultant, executive coach, presentations coach, seminar leader, facilitator, and executive career transition advisor. Gary’s skills and successes are in advising and coaching CEO’s, C-level executives, and senior managers of start-ups to small businesses to Fortune 100 organizations. His clients are in search of a mentor and coach to help with difficult leadership decisions, making life-changing career transition decisions, and who want to improve their executive presence.
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Gary is the former Senior Consultant and Executive Coach at global talent leader Lee Hecht Harrison in San Francisco. He is the former Principal at Publicis Advertising, and also held senior management positions with Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, both global advertising agencies. His experience in the media also taught him practical lessons on how business professionals can use communication to position themselves for career success. Gary is an in-demand verbal communication advisor and keynote speaker with his topic entitled Words Matter: Better Communications Through the Power of Words. He has coached executives from insurance companies, banks, utilities, medical device companies, institutions of higher education, the bio-pharma industry, wineries, technology start-ups, and individual entrepreneurs.