Who is Tim Moore?

Timothy Moore is an accomplished author and speaker with over three decades of experience in marketing,  sales,  and training. He is Editor of the magazine Carolina Business Connection and the former Director of Workforce Learning and Sales Development at the information technology company WingSwept in North Carolina’s Research Triangle region. He is also owner and principal of the sales consultancy and training company Dancing Elephants.

Moore’s experience in sales and training spans over thirty years and numerous Fortune 500 companies,  including PepsiCo,  Gillette,  Dow Chemical,  and L’Oreal USA. At L’Oreal,  he was a divisional Director of Business Development. At Dow Chemical,  he was National Sales Director for DowBrands and received Diamond Club honors as the top salesperson in the company. At Gillette,  he received the Gillette VIP award as one of the company’s top sales professionals.

Moore has written articles on sales and training and teaches classes and seminars in sales at universities and community colleges. He is coauthor of Six Secrets of Sales Magnets. He has prepared reports and presentations for companies and organizations across the country. His presentations benefit from his years of hands-on know-how as well as his great sense of humor.

At Generational Insights,  Moore is part of a team that has become the leading voice on the impact of generational differences on sales,  marketing,  and management. He combines the research of Generational Insight with his own professional experience,  in addition to observations of client practices,  to provide generational strategies and solutions for sales-based business relationships. Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Elon University, where he was student body president. He is a board member of the Elon Alumni Association and a member of Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. He grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia and lives with his wife of 33 years,  Linda,  and their two adult children in Cary,  North Carolina.

When not working,  Tim spends his free time obsessively playing his harmonica or learning to play his mandolin and fiddle or looking forward to his next travel adventure. He has been known to make a road trip to see his favorite band from time to time. He is one of about 80 million Baby Boomers who are still busy changing the world.