Top Five Change Speakers
When things become redundant, it can be easy to lose interest or focus. Though repetitiveness can be comforting, it may not always be the best route to take for new successes, especially in the work place. With innovations and technologies evolving, it’s imperative for businesses to stay on top of the newest trends. These five change speakers are some of ESB’s top experts on transformation in the work place. They are willing to teach your businesses how to accept and adapt to new or unfamiliar trends and achieve success through individuality and team work.
Mike Abrashoff was selected as Naval Commander of USS Benfold at the age of 36. He faced many challenges as he took on the role, including low morale, high turnover and unacceptably low performance evaluations. Because of his leadership and willingness to make a change among everyone on ship, he decreased turnovers, rate of promotion tripled and the crew cut expenses by 25 percent. He achieved all of this by what he calls The Leadership Roadmap. Abrashoff pushed commitment and cohesion, engaging hearts, minds and loyalties of workers. The Leadership Roadmap practices empowerment among all individuals in sharing the responsibility to achieve success. He is the founder of GLS Worldwide, a consulting firm that supports leaders as they face talent and business challenges and changes in their organizations. He encourages the creation of ways to elevate individuals so that a team can succeed together. Audiences are left with the feeling that they are the captains of their destinies, can manage change and never to settle, always take action.
Ben Hines , combined his two passions, music and people development, to service organizations and companies world-wide. Hines and his Moving Performance team are creative and interactive, using techniques in speaking that generate a responsive audience. Hines covers topics such as effective communication, leadership and team growth and emotional awareness. Hines has13 years of commercial experience in the financial and legal sectors and uses his knowledge to help others succeed. Because change can be emotional, he helps his audiences learn how to handle changes in the work place by developing a better understanding of how to work together and communicate rationally. He creates a memorable and hands-on experience, getting people out of their chairs, laughing and smiling. Moving Performance will help turn your chaos into a symphony and get everyone singing from the same song sheet.
Bruce Himelstein started his career in the hospitality industry as a bell man. He worked his way through positions, eventually becoming the Corporate Vice President of Sales and Marketing for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. Himelstein was also the former Chief Marketing Officer for Loews Hotels. With expertise knowledge in sales, branding, innovation, change and customer service, he has gained knowledge in healthcare customer and patient satisfaction. He has a deep understanding of the complex and competitive business environment. These skills allow him to teach his audiences on how organizations can enjoy a price premium, the importance of branding and use of its equity in an ever-shifting marketplace, and how organizations can and should use their existing culture to work towards necessary change.
A thought leader and global nomad, Mike Walsh takes an anthropological approach to his work. He looks into the near future, human behaviors and emerging technologies and translates them into plans for businesses to transform. Walsh implements the importance of not just keeping current customers, but looking out for future generations. His innovative teachings allow his audiences to learn about different cultures and how to approach a vast customer base. Mike Walsh has delivered close to 1,000 keynote speeches around the world to companies in almost every industry. With a background in research and strategic consulting, Mike first leads his clients through a pre-event research process, designed to pinpoint the most relevant issues impacting their business and the strategies with the best chance of delivering meaningful change.
Recognized as the #1 leadership thinker in the world and the #7 business think in the world by Thinkers 50 ceremony sponsored by Harvard Business Reviews, Marshall Goldsmith has great knowledge in success and leadership. He is an author and editor of 31 books, and is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller for “MOJO” and “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There.” Goldsmith focuses on the feelings we get when we’re moving forward. He teaches his audiences how to see that success is impacted by identity, reputation, achievement and acceptance. Coaching his audiences to better understand the latest innovations, he has the guide to mastering change and finding meaning within oneself and happiness, in and outside the workplace. Goldsmith gives thought-provoking speeches and engaging presentations that will leave an audiences feeling valued and ready to achieve success.
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