Martin Brossman is the Director of Martin Brossman and Associates, an organization committed to supporting people in living prosperous lives they love. Martin is a Success Coach, speaker, trainer and author, providing personal, business, and Integrated Sales Coaching. He is known for his focused, rapid-results coaching method which appeals equally to executive, small business and entrepreneurial clients. He specializes in performance enhancement, conflict resolution, career path coaching, and team effectiveness.
Martin’s 20 years of professional experience includes 7 years with IBM, where he received the “IBM Means Service” top customer service award, and 13 years developing and operating small businesses. Coaching for 11 years, he developed a certification / mentoring program for Coaches in 2003. A native of Washington, D.C., he holds a BA in Math / Computer Science from St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C., and currently resides in North Raleigh. In 2000 he was honored with the NC Governor’s Volunteer of the Year Award for his contribution to Carolina Health & Humor Association.
Often referred to as “the gateway to the Triangle”, Martin and is the founder and current facilitator of Professional Networking on the Web at the Capital City Club.
He has 20 years of professional experience, 7 years with IBM and 13 years developing and operating small businesses. Mr. Brossman has successfully integrated his background in science and technology with extensive personal development training.
He is certified as a Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner and Team Builder. Martin holds a BA in Math/ Computer Science from St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, NC. At IBM he received the “IBM Means Service” award, the top award given for customer service. In 2000 he was honored with the NC Governor’s Volunteer of the Year Award.
Published articles by Martin Brossman have addressed social media topics, conflict management, men’s issues, meditation, humor and harmony, and computers and society. Martin’s personal interests include social issues, camping, hiking, meditation, travel, Amateur Radio (KI4CFS), close-up magic, learning the electric Bass guitar, and humor.