Robin is the author of eight #1 international bestsellers including The Greatness Guide (HarperCollins) and one of the world’s top experts on leadership, change management and personal mastery.
He is the Chief Executive Officer of Sharma Leadership International Inc., a widely respected leadership development firm that has helped over 4 million people in 50 countries along with clients such as Nike, FedEx, IBM, GM, Microsoft, Kraft Foods, KPMG and Panasonic and organizations such as NASA and YPO get to their next level of world-class.
Robin is one of the most in-demand speakers in the world, frequently sharing the stage with individuals such as Bill Clinton, Jack Welch, Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard, Deepak Chopra and Dr. Phil.
A former litigation lawyer, holding 2 law degrees including a Masters of Law, Robin is also a leading executive coach, having worked with billionaires, major CEOs and celebrity entrepreneurs.
As CEO of Robin Sharma Films Inc., Robin has also become a filmmaker. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is being made into a major motion picture.
A former lawyer, he quit his job and self-published a book at a Kinko’s copy shop. Robin’s first seminar was attended by 23 people – 21 of which were his family members. His second book, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari was also originally self-published until former HarperCollins president Ed Carson discovered Robin in a bookstore.
The book, and the series has become one of Canada’s most successful publishing franchises as sales near 250,000 copies sold in Canada alone. Robin’s books are read by CEOs, political leaders, homemakers, movie stars, pop stars and sports celebrities and people from all walks of life.
What’s the Buzz on Robin Sharma: Many Fortune 500 companies have already embraced Leadership Wisdom From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.
Corporate transformations have occurred in organizations such as Microsoft, IBM, FedEx, Panasonic, Kraft, General Motors and Panasonic. The book is essentially about creating workplaces where it’s safe to be human again, helping leaders work and live by a high moral code and inspiring individuals to step up to the plate and show leadership at work and in their personal lives.