Russell Granger : League of Extraordinary Minds Expert Panelist

Russell Granger
Russell Granger
Russell Granger

Russ Granger has been creating peak professional performance for businesses around the world for over 25 years. Russ specializes in management, sales, service, and personal productivity courses for growth-oriented organizations in a wide variety of industries. His books, multimedia workshops, and self-paced programs produce documented, measurable results.

Over 95% of Russ Granger’s training participants rate his courses as “superior to other programs.”

Russ is the founder of several organizations devoted to professional education for peak performance, including Granger Associates, Insurance Learning Systems, and the ProEd Corporation. He is the prime architect of the world-renowned PRISMS program series, the largest-selling business skills courses in the domestic and international insurance industry.

In constant demand as a speaker and motivator for executives, managers and salespeople, Russ has brought his dynamic brand of training to companies throughout the United States and Europe, as well as to Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and most recently India.

Russell Granger is a creative director specializing in digital branding and web media, and currently heads the Internet division of a New York ad agency. When his family history pursuits led to the discovery of an association with Walt Whitman, his research and archiving efforts began to focus on antebellum Brooklyn.


  • Posted October 29, 2009 at 10:17 pm | Permalink

    Russ, I am definitely going to use the bonding question that you gave on the webcast. I really connected with what you said about connect with people emotionally.

  • Denise Dangilan
    Posted October 30, 2009 at 6:24 pm | Permalink

    I agree about this technique of connecting emotionally because it becomes a more human to human conversation that creates equality and more credibility for both sides to actually build that trust.

    Trust that is tightly bound, not easy to break.