Looking for the 20 Most Influential in Financial Training

09_most_influential_submit1We invite you to participate in our search for the “1st Annual Your Training Edge’s 20 Most Influential People in Financial Training”.  Where we attempt to do the impossible.  We seek to name the people who impact the course of financial training globally.

We seek to scour the earth to identify those individuals whose ideas and actions are having a major impact in this challenging field.  We are looking for submission of individuals in the following areas:


If you know of anyone that you would like to submit for consideration, please do so with a brief summary as to why they are one of the most influential.  Our deadline for consideration is: June 10th, 2009.  Please forward your submission to us via email at: Influential@YourTrainingEdge.com

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Bryant Nielson is heavily involved in the Corporate Training and Leadership and Talent space. He currently is the Managing Director for CapitalWave Inc and the training division, Financial Training Solutions. He brings a diverse corporate experience of organizational development, learning and talent development, and corporate training, that also includes personal coaching of top sales individuals and companies of all sizes.For the prior 4 years, Bryant was the Managing Director and Leadership and Talent Manager for Lengthen Your Stride! LLC. In this position, Nielson was the developer of all of the courses for MortgageMae University (MMU), the Realtor Development Center (RDC), and of Lengthen Your Stride! (LYS). In that position, he developed material, refined over many years of use and active training, and condensed the coursework and training to be high impact, natural learning, and comprehensive.Bryant has over 27 years of Senior Management experience encompasses running his own Training and mortgage firm, in New York City.He strongly believes that the corporate training is not to be static but should 'engage and inspire' students to greater productivity and performance.