Meet Eric Maddox
In 2003, Eric Maddox collected the intelligence which led to the exact location of Saddam Hussein—the Ace of Spades in the infamous Deck of Cards. His technique shaped the future intelligence collection for the military and civilians around the world.
Today, he shares that technique—empathy based listening—with people and companies around the world as an inspirational speaker, author, consultant and negotiator. Empathy based listening teaches that trust is the most important element in all relationships. When you have trust, you turn clients and customers into champions and advocates. You gain and maximize influence. There is no other skill needed more to improve every aspect of your personal and professional life.
Eric Maddox is a recipient of the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Director’s Award, Legion of Merit, and Bronze Star, for his direct role in the capture of Saddam Hussein.
“Staff Sergeant Maddox’s distinctive accomplishments are in keeping with the finest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself, the Joint Special Operations Command, and the United States Army.”
Inspirational Military Speaker
Eric Maddox is a sought-after conference speaker who shares his wit, wisdom, and profound insight to draw the audience. He takes the audience from tension to release as he weaves the narrative of how every perceived failure leads forward.
Listening, Negotiation and Elicitation Expert
During his time in Iraq, Eric Maddox created a unique methodology and technique for interrogation, which directly led to the capture of Saddam Hussein. His methods shaped the future intelligence collection for the military and civilians around the world.
Eric’s consulting and training workshops enable companies to gather business intelligence necessity to innovate to an ever-changing marketplace and battlefield. He inspires organizations to take action for growth and unprecedented success.
Mission: Black List #1 Author
Eric Maddox authored a book detailing his involvement in the search for and capture of Saddam Hussein.
Win through empathy based listening.
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