Last updated on May 17th, 2018 at 05:24 am
Ideally, you should start a quest for the finest (and most fitting) speaker as soon as you set the date and location of your event.
- You have better chances of booking one of the top speakers if you contact them (by yourself or via an agency) a few months in advance.
- You can build the rest of the event and the promotional materials around the speakers, so your event is cohesive and drives enough interest.
- You have a better overview of your expenses (because you have already spent the budget for the main elements of a successful meeting – venue, speakers and main suppliers).
So to help you start your planning and booking process the best way possible, we have assembled a list of outstanding keynote speakers whose talks focus on achieving peak performance.
When effortless teamwork is something a sales team nails, sales boosts are likely to follow. The explanation is simple: solid teamwork means each is driven and is striving to improve their performance.
Scott Greenberg’s high-energy talks are focused on cultivating precisely this: the peak performance mindset.
As the owner of two franchises, Scott can provide valuable insights on how to drive forward a company towards high-stakes goals.
“Lively” and “poignant” are two attributes former clients of Scott’s (among which we can count Nike or The U.S. Air Force) indicate as representative of his presentations.
They could also explain why Scott Greenberg is such a respected name among fellow top speakers – keynote talks for franchises and large organizations are not the easiest topic to approach, but when you make the information lively and poignant, participants will be much more involved and less likely to feel the time passing. Here’s a sneak peek:
Our list of top speakers includes another stellar professional who masters the art of educating teams about business growth.
Thom Singer is specialized in delivering talks which:
- offer actionable takeaways on unlocking potential.
His main keynote is even entitled “The Performance Catalyst” and is aimed at helping companies identify the pain points of their workflow. Here, Thom speaks about the paradox of potential, and you will see how his words will shed more light on how people perceive potential:
One of the most valued skills people in today’s workforce can have is the ability to identify what triggers their growth and how they can cultivate this trigger.
However, this is harder than it sounds and no wonder companies need to invite top speakers who can put this into perspective.
One of these speakers is Deborah Gardner, who, as a former professional swimmer, comes from a place where she needed to find resources of resilience and motivation to achieve peak athletic performance and results.
She then translated this attitude into her career as a TV broadcaster and then salesperson. Listening to Deborah speak about goal-reaching is likely to become a foundation for better personnel management.
Flawless Events Require Top Speakers. Have You Found Them yet?
Scott Greenberg, Thom Singer, and Deborah Gardner have helped many companies boost their performance.
Also published on Medium.