Maura Schreier-Fleming is the President of Best@Selling. Maura works with business and sales professionals on real-world skills and strategies so they can sell more and be more effective at work. Her clients include Chevron, UPS, Fina, TDIndustries, the Houston Texans, TAC Americas and Fujitsu. She speaks at trade association conferences across the country. Clients have reported shortening their sales cycles, closing more business and increasing sales effectiveness.
Her selling column, “Customer Connections” appears in the Dallas, Austin and Houston Business Journals. She writes the Real Deal: Success for Women in Business blog for Allbusiness.com and is a Sales Coach for Allbusiness.com. She writes the column “Selling Strategies” for the Insurance Record. Maura has appeared on radio shows across the country to discuss selling and business. Her articles have been published nationally and she has been quoted in Selling Power magazine and the New York Times. She has been featured on StartupNation.com and Microsoft’s BCentral sites. She also contributes to the internal sales newsletter for Administaff. She is the author of Real-World Selling for Out-of-this-World Results, Sales Quotes and Monday Morning Sales Tips.
Maura is an engineer by training. While at Mobil she was their first female Lubrication Engineer in the U.S. After moving to Texas, she worked for Chevron where she was recognized as one of the top five salespeople in the country. She produced over $9 million in sales her final year at Chevron. Maura started Best@Selling in 1997.
Maura serves on the National Visiting Committee for the Convergence Technology Center and is a board member of the Dallas Section of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.) The IEEE Board of Directors awarded her the 2006 Professional Achievement Award for “promoting community awareness of the practice of engineering.” Maura serves on the Advisory Board of Automotive Expert Women of AskPatty.com. Ask Patty provides women consumers an opportunity to send questions about car buying, selling, repair and maintenance to a panel of expert automotive women.
Maura received her M.S. from Georgia Tech in Textile Engineering. She earned a B.S. from Cornell University in Textile Chemistry and has 2 semesters of auto mechanics training from Dekalb Tech.