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Professional Speaking

Marc is a sought after speaker on a wide range of topics that include writing and getting and published, business and leadership, foreign affairs to what he refers to as living history.

Marc Liebman - Professional Speaker

Marc is a leader and shares his rich experience as an executive who enjoyed success in big companies and small businesses. He has worked in Europe, Africa, and Asia and shares hard-earned lessons on leadership, sales and business development. Others may want to hear about his military experience and career that took him all over the globe. Or, he can talk about the process of writing a novel and the trials and tribulations of getting published.

Topic: Living History

Navy Combat Search and Rescue Over and Around North Vietnam

What the attendees will learn: What and where the Navy’s combat search and rescue operations were conducted during the Vietnam War. Overview: The common perception is that the Air Force made all the combat rescues during the Vietnam War.  The truth is that 50% of the combat rescues (based on the DOD definition) were made…

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Navy Helicopter Operations in the Arabian Gulf During Desert Shield and Storm

What the attendees will learn: How a multi-national task force used helicopters during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Overview: During Desert Shield/Storm, Marc was responsible for tasking and operational control of 140+ helicopters flown from pilots from 14 nations. This is his “Grandpa, what did you do during Desert Storm?” talk. Navy and Army helicopter…

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Naval Lessons from the American Revolution

What the Attendees Will Learn: Four naval lessons were valid in 1775 and are more so today. Overview: When the Continental Navy came into existence in 1775, the Royal Navy had 350+ rated ships with 20 guns or more and another 150 smaller ones. At the time, the Royal Navy was the most experienced, best…

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Jews in the American Military

What the attendees will learn: The stories of American Jews not named Rickover who made significant contributions to the American military. Overview: Most Americans (and American Jews) do not realize the significant contribution their fellow congregants made to American military history. Mr. Liebman introduces you to men and women, starting with the American Revolution and…

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The Thunderbirds Go to War

The squadron that became the original Thunderbirds started as the 34th Aero Squadron during World War I. After the war, they became the 34th Pursuit Squadron and in 1932, the War Department approved their distinctive logo based on an American Indian design and officially because the Thunderbirds. At the time, they were flying Curtiss P-12s…

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Topic: Business & Leadership

The Dirty Dozen Tactics That Will Make You a Better Leader

What the attendees will learn: Ten phrases that if used as tactics or tools will make the individual a better, more effective leader. Overview: There’s a big difference between leadership and management. Leadership is all about developing strategies, setting organization goals motivating subordinates and providing them with the resources to succeed. On the other hand,…

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Disconnects in the Sales Process

What the attendees will learn: Where disconnects are in the sales process for complex products and services and how they affect winning or losing a deal. Overview: Most sellers of complex services or products don’t really understand “how buyers buy.” Sellers focus on “messaging,” “value propositions,” “differentiators” and relationships. Buyers are “Power Pointed” to death…

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Outcome-Based Relationships

What the audience will learn: When and where outcome based relationships are appropriate, who the key stakeholders are as well as how to measure success. Overview: More and more buyers want their service providers to take on more operational and financial risk as well as perform more complex “work.” Traditional, buyer/seller FTE –based relationships do…

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Key Sales Force Performance/Efficiency Metrics

What the audience will learn: How five simple and key metrics will help a business measure the performance of its sales force and identify where improvements can be made. Overview: As a general rule, sales forces are over measured and under perform. The 80/20 rule applies in that 20 percent of the sales force closes…

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Topic: Writing & Getting Published

Writing a Novel

What the attendees will learn: The steps and process that will enable you to write a book. Overview: Many people want to write a novel, memoir or a history book but they find the effort to be overwhelming but don’t know where to start.  Neither did I and finally decided to take the plunge. It…

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Guerilla Marketing a Book

What the audience will learn: How does one market the published work? Overview: One of the “things” publishers insist a new author provide is a well thought out marketing plan. It doesn’t have to be perfect because what they really want to know is have you, the author, thought through the answer to the question…

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Finding a Publisher

What the attendees will learn: What factors a writer must consider in order to publish his/her work. Overview: The origin of this presentation is a question I am often asked at book signings, i.e. how did I find a publisher? There’s an often unasked question of whether or not to self-publish. In today’s world, the…

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Topic: Foreign Affairs

North Korea – The Threat, the Truth and Our Options

What the Attendees Will Learn: How the North Korean leadership views the world and what drives their decisions Overview: The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is one of the poorest countries on the earth, yet it has a viable nuclear arsenal  The presentation covers the motivations and how and why three generations of North…

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