Kim Zoller, CEO, and founder, began ID360 over thirty years ago. Kim is a dynamic facilitator, emcee, and coach focused on leadership, communication, and culture. Kim is passionate about teaching immediately implementable skills and tools backed by the most resent neuroscience. She and ID360 team partners with companies throughout the world. Kim’s strength is her ability to be a true strategic partner by assessing needs, delivering sustainable solutions, and making a positive and measurable impact in her client’s lives. Kim is the co-author of “You Did What?” The Biggest Blunders Professionals Make, “You Said What?”, and Enhancing Your Executive Edge: How to Develop the Skills to Lead and Succeed. Together with her writing partner, Kerry Preston. She is currently working on her next book, “Conscious Culture –Think, Act, Connect To Inspire Uncommon Business Results.” Throughout the years, Kim & ID360 have caught the attention of national media including CNN, CNBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, American Way, and The Dallas Morning News, among others. Since 1992 Kim and her team have trained over 300,000 individuals. Kim’s professional goal is to be a conduit of growth and learning so that each person can achieve their personal and professional potential. Her intention every day is to learn something new that will grow herself and serve others. Kim is the mother of two boys, Benji, married to Leah, and Sammy. Her kids live and study in Israel. Kim’s passion is centered around personal growth and overall wellness. She strongly believes in both a healthy mind and a healthy body. Kim teaches a spinning class two days a week and has been teaching at the Cooper Aerobics Center for over 27 years. ID360’s client roster includes notable clients such as Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Moet Hennessy, Texas Instruments, Capgemini, World Bank Group, Mattel, GameStop, Fujitsu, American Airlines, and Rosewood Hotels among others. Kim is also a contributor to Undergraduate, MBA & Law School programs at a variety of universities, which include UTD, Columbia, UT, SMU, and TCU.