As a sales leader, Amy Franko built a successful and lucrative B2B sales career with global tech giants IBM and Lenovo. Amy’s entrepreneurship spirit led her in 2007 to launching the training company, Impact Instruction Group. She has built and scaled a book of business that includes some of the world’s most recognizable brands.
Known for engaging conversation with actionable content, Amy is one of a few female keynote speakers specializing in sales training and leadership development programs that blend current research, fresh insights, and real-world examples. It’s about intent!
Her expertise is widely shared on social networks, and in respected publications such as Selling Power, TD Magazine, Training Industry, Training Magazine, and CLO Magazine. She has been interviewed on numerous high-profile sales and leadership podcasts, and featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, and O Magazine.
When you work with Amy, here is her commitment to you:
Energy. Conversation. Learning. Impact. You’ll benefit from Amy’s two decades of experience in B2B selling, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
Your audience will get actionable strategies that create results.
Amy and her team commit to an experience that’s more than worth your investment. They are your partners in creating an unforgettable sales or leadership event!
Amy’s book, The Modern Seller, is available on Amazon. For more information visit AmyFranko.com.
Amy is a Cleveland, Ohio native and University of Dayton graduate, with degrees in English and Communication. She resides in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Dave and their very energetic black lab, Roxy. In her spare time, Amy is an avid reader who also loves all things sports and fitness, and travel.
Amy’s clients have spanned industry demographics, but they have a few essential elements in common.
Her clients are usually working with complex opportunities that involve consultative selling, or they’re selling expertise. They’re looking to develop strategic sellers, and they want to implement a professional, consistent, and scalable sales process.
Her leadership clients are usually focused on building their front-line and mid-level leaders, sometimes known as the “missing middle.” They want to build high-impact leaders. And they want to create consistent and scalable leadership development programs that are also sustainable. Today she works frequently with professional services firms, insurance organizations, and tech companies.