Keynote speaker Nicklas Pyrdol is a global expert helping leaders and HR professionals unleash the potential of their organizations. In his humoristic, energetic and thought-provoking style he ensures that the audience, be it 10 or a 1.000 people, leave the presentation empowered and inspired.
Why you should book speaker Nicklas Pyrdol
- As an international speaker, Nicklas has inspired organizations across the planet, kicking of department meetings, boosting leadership summits and closing large conferences.
- Organizations such as HubSpot, Dynatrace, SimCorp, Vivino, Mærsk, the LEGO Group, Lundbeck, Novo Nordisk and Ørsted have chosen Nicklas to inspire they managers and employees.
- Coming from both a scientific background and having years of practical experience Nicklas can talk about a variety of topics such as having the right mindset during transformation, employee engagement, psychological safety, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging and Talent Acquisition.
Keynote speaker Nicklas Pyrdol talks about the mindset that employees, HR Professionals, and leaders must embrace to succeed now and in the future. A mindset where we have the courage to be uncomfortable and challenge ourselves and each other, for the good of the company and
Some of the fundamental principles behind his keynotes are, that we must combine the scientific evidence behind performance psychology with understanding the unique characteristics of each organization, team and individual.
Having worked with some of the best athletes in the world as a sport psychology consultant, before becoming and Executive HR Manager in a Tech company and then Partner in a Tech startup, he has experienced first-hand, how to apply knowledge about performance culture, mental strength, conflict management, feedback, talent development and employee engagement.
If you want a presentation where you are inspired with science, theory and practical examples while being entertained and energized, then you should book Nicklas for your event.
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