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Jankel

Nick Jankel

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Sought-after speaker and thought leader on leadership, transformation, and high-performance teamwork in disruption, digital, and complexity—with experiential sessions, cutting-edge ideas, proven and practical tips, and unique takeaway tools.

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Since the age of 24, speaker Nick Jankel has been an entrepreneur and is now a sought-after speaker and thought leader. He takes a more scientific approach to leadership and is also an award-winning scientist. Nick develops practical tools and original ideas that will help all leaders.

Why book speaker Nick Jankel?

  • Nick’s talks help people become transformational so they can cut through the treacle that stops change and blast through the barriers that block innovation. He does this by sharing tools and thinking from Bio-Transformation Theory®, the fruit of 30 years of committed effort.
  • A transformational futurist, Nick does not just illuminate what the future may hold—from AI to blockchain to regeneration—but how people must respond to it creatively and confidently. Nick goes deeper than most to motivate audience members in their hearts as much as minds
  • His pioneering ideas on transformation were featured in The Times, The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, and The Guardian; and he has shared them at the prestigious Aspen Ideas Festival; the tech mecca TOA (Berlin); Wisdom In Business (AMS); The Economist Summit (SF); The Financial Times Futures (LDN); CHRO Summit (LA); andSciFoo (Google HQ)

Nick Jankel is a sought-after professional and international keynote speaker who inspires, motivates, and empowers audiences all over the world to forge the future —rather than fail it. Nick has led over 100 transformational innovation programs for enterprises like Diageo, Novartis, Vodafone, Tesco, and Microsoft leveraging his own and proven Exponential & Sustainable™ process, including the innovation of the most successful TV in history; and has educated over 100,000 leaders—from orgs like Nike, Intel, Zalando, Unilever, HSBC, NHS, LEGO, and Google—harnessing his comprehensive Cell to System™ curriculum for transformational leadership.

Nick has a Triple First ( summa cum laude ) in Medicine and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge and has taught at Yale, LBS, and Oxford. He was selected as a UK Ambassador for Entrepreneurship and as a transformational coach on his own global BBC TV show. He has advised No.10 Downing Street and other governments; has spoken in the House of Commons, and is the co-founder of transformation consultancy Switch On and fast-growing sustainability practice, FutureMakers.

As a genuine thought leader and polymath, Nick’s life’s work has been to unfold Bio- Transformation Theory & Practice®, a rigorous brain-based system how unlocking transformation in individuals, teams, organizations, and systems as fast as humanly possible. BTTP® is woven together from the latest neuroscience, complexity theory, and psychological research reunited with wisdom from the great traditions. As well as leveraging BTTP in all his world-class innovation and leadership work, has used this methodology to run systemic change programs for orgs like Oxfam and WWF—and to teach social entrepreneurs on 4 continents.

In his keynotes, Nick aims to eliminate confusion as a futurist with clarity; take the pain out of business/digital/sustainable transformation; blast through the barriers that block innovation; and transform the challenges of cross-functional teams by unlocking agility and safety. As a trained scientist, Nick uses the latest biology and “neuroleadership” insights to influence audiences to change and transform. This allows him to fully engage sophisticated and “seen-it-all” before executives and persuade highly intelligent professionals such as engineers, educators, clinicians, scientists, technologists, lawyers, and accountants.

Nick brings to life his big thinking using brain science, sticky ideas, compelling narratives, paradigm-shifting insights, beautiful imagery, takeaway transformation tools, and his powerful presence on stage (virtual or in-person). Nick’s ideas help people cut through treacle, fear, overwhelm, and apathy; engage hearts and minds to transform individuals, teams, and systems; and seize unprecedented opportunities for world-changing innovations before others see them.

Nick is regularly interviewed on tech and innovation on international news; has been featured in the Financial Times, The Times, The Economist and over 100 podcasts ; and helped innovate the most successful TV show of all time. He is the author of a number of well-reviewed books on creativity, leadership and transformation, including Now Lead The Change: Repurpose Your Career, Future-Proof Your Organization, and Regenerate Our Crisis-Hit World By Mastering Transformational Leadership (2020)

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Transformative Leadership in the VUCA World

  • Rapid change, uncertainty and complexity are driving industrial-age companies to fail.
  • In this keynote, Nick Jankel explains how leaders can master themselves so they can turn constant change into exponential value.
  • The audience will learn more about how to transform processes, products and people.
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Future-Proof Your Org With Transformational Innovation

  • Covid and the climate crisis are accelerators of massive market disruption
  • We can leverage new technologies to solve emerging customer needs/pain with insight and creativity 
  • Transformational Innovation can help you adapt to this crisis and ‘preadapt’ to the next  
  • The 7 steps of our proven pathway to lead and land transformational innovations
  • Process is not enough—you also need to nurture a culture of innovation
  • Takeaway Tool Options: The Innovation Culture Engine, The Experimentation Engine, The Problem Definition Engine etc.
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Sustainable innovation: From Compliance To Creativity & Exponential Value-Creation

Move from footprint minimization driven by regulation to opening up exciting possibility  spaces and business opportunities. Turn zero-carbon/decarbonization into a ‘prism’ to drive exponential value-creation in products and services. I touch upon business  purpose, breakthrough thinking, and my pioneering transformational innovation process  and toolset that allows any organization, no matter the size, to solve customer pain points driven by social and ecological breakdown to unlock exponential value.

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Sustainable Leadership: How To Lead The Change To A World That Works For All

Turn despair into hope by understanding the power that business and institutional leaders have to lead the change so many want to see. Such leaders can can skip the out-dated power politics that is causing so much delay to craft brands and business models that are net-positive/ “regenerative”. By inspiring ourselves with nature— “rewilding” our own leadership purpose—and by leveraging my work revealing the pathway of transformational leadership, every leader—no matter where they are in the hierarchy—can use their one short life to leave a sustainable legacy; and use their organization’s power to leave the world better.

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Regenerative Businesses, Brands & Technologies

  • The 4 major crises of the Anthropocene Age that Covid-19 accelerates
  • The unique qualities of Regenerative Brands 
  • The business model and value chain ingredients that can build future-forward and purpose-driven Regenerative Businesses 
  • The spectrum of digital technologies in the 4th Industrial Revolution
  • What major technologies—from AI to Blockchain—can do to create value for your users 
  • How to avoid using digital technologies just because they are new and because  they can manipulate, alienate, and exploit 
  • Ensuring tech develops new business models not shoring up rapidly out-dating models 
  • With purpose and an understanding of living systems, we can put technology to work scale impact as well as profit and ‘leave the world better’
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Regenerative Technology: Make Digital Work For All

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"Great talk at ASDA house today, very thought provoking, timely and inspirational. Now reflecting and having a think about how I can get out of my box! It's a long time since a speech held my attention for the full duration - awesome!"

Senior Manager

ASDA

Nick Jankel goes deeper and clearly made an impact on me and on others. Looking forward to seeing the seeds grow in my mind and my organization.

EVP, Merck

As a transformation guru, Nick's ideas are as relevant to the newest startup as they are to the oldest public company.

Head of White House Office Of Social Innovation ” Advisor to President Obama

An outstanding framework and powerful tools. A huge impact!

President, Kellogg’s

Thank you so much for your brilliant keynote, it gave our participants so much to discuss. Being in “Create and Connect” Mode seems to have taken a life of its own as a reference point for our leadership. Exactly what we wanted. Our CEO has quoted your thinking to the global leadership team: “Please don’t wait for anyone to tell you what to do or to give you permission and, remember, you as our most senior leaders hold the keys to our future success.”

Global Hr Director, Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press

“A very inspiring and thought provoking presentation."

COO, Astellas EMEA

COO, Astellas EMEA

"A WONDERFUL job today. People found your talk so inspiring. Someone I work with said “I feel seen this morning.” The talk was motivating, thoughtful, and so well delivered. THANK YOU!"

Director

McCormick & Co

"A thoroughly engaging keynote, extremely thought provoking that really makes us question how we lead and are led by others. Thank you Nick!"

CIO

Alena

"I consider myself a DEI champion and I had not heard anyone explain diversity challenges like you did."

Director

Association of Financial Markets in Europe

"Great talk delivered succinctly & dynamically. Especially loved the reference to free style rap - as a life longer lover of hip hop it was great for someone to acknowledge the skill it takes."

Manager

AstraZeneca
06.13.2018

Interview with Nick Jankel

How did you begin your speaking career?

My first ever “keynote” was when I was 15 and asked to create and deliver a talk on the meaning of life as a teenager sees it to a crowd of 500 people. I didn’t do any public speaking for another decade until after I started my first business, a strategic innovation consultancy, age 24 – when our clients began to ask me to speak at their internal events on digital transformation and disruptive innovation.

Do you have a favourite experience from your speaking career?

I relish each and every talk I do whether it is for 1000 or 10 people. Each speaking experience I am lucky enough to be offered is always unique in terms of the cocktail of the audience, the setting, the role of the event and my message. So each talk I do is my favorite experience up to that moment – because I am always expanding in my abilities to inspire, move and transform my audiences with the ideas and tools that I have dedicated my life to.

Why do clients typically hire you to speak?

I tend to have two types of clients. The first are organizations, usually important in their field, that want to be a big part of the future. Whether multinationals or government departments, they share an ambition to not just survive but thrive in the crazy world we all live in. Most of them realize that leadership – the ability of people in their organization to feel, think and act differently – is their greatest asset for success and they want to be at the forefront of digital transformation, cultural agility and change-making.

I also do many “Big Idea” talks in the space where philosophy, psychology, and social change meet – this is what I write my books on and what audiences at festivals and next-generation conferences are looking for – from TOA in Berlin to Aspen Ideas Festival in the USA.

Can you give 3 tips for creating a more innovative company culture?

  • Allow people to bring their whole selves to work – both the ‘pretty’ productive elements and the ‘messy’ human stuff too. Creativity is not always neat and tidy – it is driven by our untamable Promethean spirit for curiosity, connectivity and collaboration. It doesn’t come out to play unless leaders can ensure their teams feel psychologically safe and valued.
  • Make sure people do not get laughed at or punished for taking wise risks and messing up – it is in the nature of newness that experiments must be made. Just as in science, ‘failure’ is as useful as ‘success’ in understanding the nature of the future.
  • Help people do both wise and smart experiments that test specific hypotheses, in small, cheap and quick ways – so that the organization builds up a steady stream of insight and knowledge with hundreds of $200 experiments

What are 3 habits for success?

Know yourself to change yourself. External success in the real world is intimately dependent on being able to change yourself on the inside. If you don’t know your own mindset and habit patterns, you have little chance to change them and so will remain stuck and blocked instead of creative and transformational.

Be your wording, own your blockages. Do what you say you are going to do – and own impeccably it when you do not. This way people learn to rely on you and trust is the lubricant for all creative change, digital transformation and strategic innovation.

Always be learning. Life and leadership are all about how fast we can learn, grow and expand our skills and qualities to forge the future we want to see. With the pace of change as it is, when we stop learning we stop being able to make a difference in the world.

Describe yourself in 3 words

  • Connected
  • Transformational
  • Brave
12. 09. 2019

Got To Keep Going! The 7 Essentials Of Resilience For Leaders, Entrepreneurs & Teams

The latest neuroscience has shown that people are not born resilient. We can all learn the skills and mindsets of resilience by choice. Here are 7 ways how.

With most of us doing at least two people’s jobs and wearing multiple hats – and with the perfect storm of economic meltdown, climate change, and technological disruption on our doorstep – we all have to become super-resilient or, as some say, “anti-fragile” if we are going to be able to rise to the challenges ahead. We are literally of zero use to the world if we allow ourselves to burn out (as I discovered myself the hard way).

Whether it’s…

The school run.
Interminable Brexit.
Ceaseless work demands.
Tiring Trump.
Climate crisis.
Incessant meetings.
Hundreds of emails.
Dinner.

REPEAT.

All of these mean that the need for resilience has never been greater. So what is a leader to do?

The good news is that:

The very latest neuroscience has shown that resilience is “not a passive process” and is not hard-wired at birth. People are not born resilient but become resilient over time. In other words, we can all learn how to develop the skills and mindsets of resilience actively and consciously.

As a keynote speaker traveling all over the world, needing to deliver pitch perfect performances and inspiring workshops each and every time – sometimes delivering in 3 continents in 4 days – whilst leading a growing team and business and being a conscious father, if I don’t invest in my resilience I fail at everything.

Blending the latest science with timeless wisdom and practical experience from the frontlines of peak performance, here are seven of the most important ways you can build your resilience for the road ahead.

1. The Essential For Resilience: Recovery

An uncomfortable fact about modern life is that it is too fast for our biologies to keep up with. We evolved to function in far slower environments but now we must deal with anthropocene angst with neolithic neurons. Which means that the pace and intensity of most of our lifestyles is actually traumatizing to our systems (trauma being experiences that we don’t have the resources to process fully in real-time so they stick with us in some way, reducing our capacity to thrive).

The cut-and-thrust of organizational life is so intense that our hearts and minds need space and time to process everything that we experience in a given day and week. So we need to ensure that we invest in our recovery so that we have the resources we need inside to cope with the constant pressures on our performance as well as the many social pains we encounter. We need to actively choose to decompress regularly.

All great athletes discover that their performance is as much dependent on their recovery time as their training time. For a leader, this means taking recovery time as seriously as project goals and social priorities. You might be able to exist on Diet Cokes and adrenaline for months, even years, but the debt you run up will have to be paid back at some point. And burnout is not something you can recover from a few days. I can tell you that first hand.

A way to guard against chronic low-level burnout is to really honor the need for recovery time in you and your team(s). Evidence shows that a lack of recovery times leads to increased health problems like fatigue and sleep issues; and that overworking lowers our productivity. So find out what activities really allow you to mentally and emotionally recover from bursts of committed hard work and never feel guilty about enjoying them.

Whether it’s sofa time with Netflix, Friday afternoon golf, or walking in the woods, these activities are as important to your long-term productivity and innovativeness as the hours you put in in the office. This means protecting your downtime like it is the most precious resource you have. It is. So schedule it in whilst also leaving plenty of space for serendipity and genuine relaxation. Watch any addictions to your activities; and if at least one doesn’t involve physical exercise and another nature (or both together), try some that do. The benefits of exercise to wellness are well proven.

As well as ensuring you get enough recovery time to stay fit and flexible and truly chill out, over the course of each week I highly recommend ring-fencing periods for the following:

Processing Time

Working out why that person triggers you; why you’re noticing more anxiety or stress; why you felt uncomfortable in that meeting etc etc etc. Include in this co-processing time with your team (yes, including the one at home). Neuroscience has shown that we have social brains designed to co-attend to problems and co-create solutions to them. This helps us regulate (See below).

Creative Time (or “Noodling” Time)

Allowing your creative brain networks to engage in problem-solving without needing to achieve a goal or “right” answer. They activate when we are relaxed, not when we are focused on “getting stuff done”. This means designing into your life moments of creative thinking that allow for divergent thinking. Again, make sure you design this in for your team to co-create solutions too. Nature walks and showers have been proven to be perfect for this.

Serendipity Time (or “Pottering” Time)

Time not designated to any activity but not just watching TV either. This allows your entire system to “idle” in a steady state that opens up truly divergent thought as well as space and time for creative and social adventures that are simply not possible if all our time is apportioned and scheduled. This might mean having one weekend in four that you make zero plans for and allow whatever is seeking to emerge to do so.

2. The Resilience Mindset: Ownership Mindset

Recent research has shown that amongst West Point soldiers, “psychological hardiness” – which includes being able to take multiple perspectives and to explore multiple possible responses (as well as seeing all experiences as interesting and meaningful)- is a better predictor of ability in the field than traditional predictors of performance like intelligence. The ability to feel powerful in difficult situations (and so to explore problems curiously and creatively) and to feel at peace and even positive no matter what happens, are both key to becoming anti-fragile.

We may not be able to control events but we can exert some agency in how we react to them: ie whether we react unconsciously or respond consciously and creatively.

When we feel controlled by the world, it can easily turn into stress and worse. New research has shown that vulnerability to stress is a “failure of plasticity”; an inability to creatively adapt to new circumstances. This leaves people stuck in a “disordered psychological state” which generates more stress and a sense of helplessness. By taking what we call an “ownership mindset”, we can find something we can control within the crazy. We take ownership of our emotional and cognitive relationship to the stressor (do we feel upset, triggered, or frustrated or calm, curious, optimistic); as well as ownership of how we respond to it with actions.

3. The Resilience Skill: Emotional Regulation & Optimistic Equanimity

As reported in the journal Nature, one of the brain’s key roles is to scan for danger and threats. When one is spotted, our emotions work very quickly – at least 0.5 seconds before we are aware of any reaction – to get us fighting and fleeing. But most of the threats we now face in everyday life our social challenges not survival threats. This means that our emotions are likely to be all of the place – dysregulated in the lingo – even when we have no evolutionary need to be so roiled. And when we are emotionally charged, we are likely to play out old and out-dated habits and patterns that make the situation worse.

Such emotional instability leads to a lot of “negative” emotions swirling around us that then wear us down. The resulting chronic stress alters the brain, reduces the creation of new neurons, suppresses new neuronal connections, changes DNA and can lead towards more severe mental health problems. We become less creative and adaptable in the moments when being flexible would be most adaptive. We lose our head just when we need them most. Without working on how to regulate your emotions effectively, you won’t be able to kick in your higher brain functions that research shows are vital. We need this wisdom to reframe issues and find opportunities  within them. Then “either everything seems threatening (anxiety) or else nothing does (depression or burnout).”

So it is crucial to get your mind in shape so it can deal with the many curve balls every leader must deal with. Key is to work to be as “unpeturbable” as possible by intense events. Think a calm pond that maintains quietude even as rocks are thrown in it. Buddhists call this “equanimity”. But conventional notions of equanimity can leave us passionless, uninspired and uninspiring. So I advocate what I call “optimistic equanimity”: knowing deep within that everysituation, no matter how grim it appears, is workable. More than this, it means knowing that each situation can be harnessed to our advantage for our development into an exemplary Transformational Leader (in this way it has similarities with the “growth mindset” or Carol Dweck. Plus optimism has recently been proven to protect against disease and even extend your life. This does not mean controlling our emotions and repressing them; but mastering our emotions and using practices like meditation to dial down the stress response and return to a state of curious calm by choice.

4. The Activity for Resilience: Reconnection Practices

Modern life can easily alienate us from nature, each other, and ourselves. This can drive us into a sense of endless stress as we struggle to feel safe, connected, and trusted. So when you feel bewildered, confused, or overwhelmed, a reconnection practice is what brings you back to yourself. It helps you drop into your body and drop your worries. It returns you to your true nature as part of nature: at-one with life so nothing can perturb your connection. Such practices also activate the relaxation response, discovered and promoted by Harvard Medical School, which is the equal and opposite response to the fight and flight of stress.

There are dozens of evidence-based reconnection activities to choose from, from mindfulness meditation to tai chi or yoga; from expressive art to ecstatic dance. They key is to find one that gets you out of your mind and into you body; and that recharges your joie de vivre. Then… practice. They are called practices for a reason. And even when you feel like you can’t be bothered… try it for 5 minutes and see if the energy flows back. And after a while, follow your curiosity and find a new one. I wholeheartedly recommend a silent, mindful walk around a local park or green patch for a few minutes each day; and

5. The Orientation for Resilience: Trusted Relationships

We are eminently social animals. Our brains develop within relationships and relationships guide everything we feel, think, and do. If we are uneasy in them, this will permeate every area of our leadership style. As research from Google and the Harvard Business Review has made clear, if teams don’t feel emotionally safe and trusted, high-performance is practically impossible and certainly not sustainable. Research shows that people need relationships that work to be at their resilient best: at the office and at home. So take your team out regularly to relax and connect together. Invite one to have lunch with you once or twice a week without any agenda. Take a coffee to a co-worker and just see how they are doing.

In rodent studies, rats exposed to moderate stress (or eustress) display more positive sociality like “huddling, resource sharing and reduced aggression”. But if the immobilized rats are exposed to high-level-stress, they lose all pro-social behaviours. So help your team engage with stress together before they disconnect, become alienated from each other, and lose empathy. Otherwise conflict and not creativity will be the outcome. Trust is the lubricant of all innovation and the prerequisite for bold transformations. So if you have ambitious goals for your team or enterprise, you won’t be able to realize them without nurturing great relationships!

6. The Anchor for Resilience: Life & Leadership Purpose

During times of rapid change and crisis (and let’s face it, that means pretty much all the time), the only anchor you can rely is your purpose: why you get up every morning and lead others in the first place. Research has proven that “purpose in life predicts better emotional recovery from negative stimuli” and difficult events. It can even inoculate us for future intense stressors making us truly anti-fragile. Purpose will hold you in a consistent and empowering frame of meaning no matter how crazy the world is around you: allowing you to make sense of even the weirdest events and scariest news. Therefore purpose boosts the ownership mindset and optimistic equanimity mentioned above.

Your purpose will remain thematically consistent your whole life so you can rely on it to guide you through tough decisions and to help navigate uncertain times – when everything else feels like it is careening about you. It will unfold and become richer but it won’t flit around or flip flop (like so many politicians and bosses). To find your purpose is a gift only you can give yourself: but it will keep on giving for the rest of your life.

7. The Foundation Of Resilience: Sleep Hygiene

Decent sleep resets our system and clears away stress and stress chemicals. Without it, we simply cannot approach being resilient. Yet over half of Americans have sleep issues. Sleep problems promote stress and mental ill-health, studies with soldiers show that decent sleep may well be the foundation of all resilience. Without sustained refreshing sleep, some kind of break down is always within sight. Without paying attention to sleep, you cannot expect to have true resilience. It is the first step for wellbeing, as my years suffering from fibromyalgia (chronic pain syndrome) has taught me. Proper rest is the starting point for genuine recovery.

Having “sleep hygiene” means we focus on creating the right conditions for good sleep each night. It means going to bed at roughly the same time every night, with a similar bedtime routine, and within a safe space. It means avoiding caffeine, screens, booze, and other stimulants as much as possible before bed. It means not having our cellphone or laptop in our bedroom seducing us to engage.

So experiment with the right pillows so you wake up without aches and pains. Ensure you like your sheets and that your mattress supports you well as your body grows older. If necessary, sleep in a separate bed to you partner (or a room if necessary). Yes, I really said that. At minimum, have a separate duvet if the movement of it wakes you up. Invest in whatever you need to sleep well even if it means missing out on luxuries. You will never regret it.

Discover the right amount of sleep you need and sacrifice chit chat and cocktails to ensure you get it.

If you’re here for the long term, committed to using your life as a leader to generate transformational change, then you cannot afford not to take your resilience seriously – and work on it as you do other key areas of life and leadership success. Building resilience is self-care as its meant to be: as a radical act of service and servant leadership.

Baring in mind things are likely to get tougher not easier, can you afford not to find yours?

2022-10-27

Magic Moments: Why In-Person Events & Workshops Are Crucial For The Creative Breakthroughs Needed For Future Success

Why in-person, face-to-face events are more important than ever for leaders and teams to drive breakthroughs in innovation, adaptation, performance, and business transformation—and must not fall foul of efficiency drives and cost cutting exercises in the difficult times ahead.   Loss of Face-To-Face Connectivity & Creativity In The Workplace One of the greatest challenges of […]

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2022-10-26

How To Be a Transformational Keynote Speaker

How to unlock your potential as a transformational keynote speaker—and some of the hacks and practices that make speaking in-person or online able to land an enduring impact.   Keynote Speaking: From Informational Speaker To Motivational Speaker When I first started keynote speaking professionally, it was because I had been invited by companies like Unilever and Tesco—that […]

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2022-10-25

7 Tips For Leveraging Transformational Keynote Speaking To Transform Your Audience

Transformational Keynote Speaking As a leadership development, innovation, and transformation expert, I have spent my entire career refining ways to engage a diverse group of people and lead them, shepherd them, inspire them to change their mindsets and habits for…   Transformational Keynote Speaking As a leadership development, innovation, and transformation expert, I have spent […]

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5 out of 5 stars

"Great talk at ASDA house today, very thought provoking, timely and inspirational. Now reflecting and having a think about how I can get out of my box! It's a long time since a speech held my attention for the full duration - awesome!"

Senior manager, ASDA See all references

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