W. R. Bills Consulting
Success Strategies for the 21st Century
Wayne R. Bills is the lead consultant with W. R. Bills Consulting. He is also President and Founder of the Personal Effectiveness Institute, a training and consulting firm based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
His Mission: To empower people and organizations in their quest to discover, develop and perform up to their full potential in order to enhance their own quality of life and improve the quality of their contribution to the lives of others including customers, employees and other stakeholders.
His Focus: Revitalizing organizational performance with a specific emphasis on principles and practices that build high trust cultures. He is both an advocate and a facilitator of positive, productive change. His services include workshops, speeches, consulting and coaching.
His clients include AT&T, G. E. Aircraft Engines, Baptist Hospital, Duke Power, Siemens-Westinghouse, Sara Lee, ISP Sports, Hoechst- Celanese, Caterair International, Boston Market, Mayrand Pharmaceuticals, and the Principals Executive Program. He has spoken to hundreds of professionals in a variety of fields including Education, Health Care and Government. He has served as an adjunct faculty member for High Point University, Wake Forest University and Guilford College.
Since founding the business, in 1989, he has enjoyed successful affiliations with Priority Management, an international training organization specializing in time, project and meeting management, and the Covey Leadership Center. As a Covey affiliate he was a certified instructor of “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”, “Principle- Centered Leadership” and “First Things First”.
He is a member of the American Society for Training and Development. He has hosted his own radio talk-show and has been a guest on other radio and television programs.
His past experience includes five years of management in corporate communications and training, and five years as an Army Signal Corps/Command Information Officer. He has a Master's degree in Communications from Brigham Young University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Washington State University.