Speaking Engagements

One of my favorite ways to share experience and knowledge is through speaking engagements.

I see it as a great opportunity to make a much deeper connection with a group of people.  As keynote speaker, my role is to influence the audience and create an environment where everyone walks out ready to roll. 

In the post-pandemic world, the question arises as to whether face-to-face conferences and meetings will return, when it has been proven that much can be done virtually.  True, a lot, but not everything…. I can do both, but I always place a higher value on face-to-face.  The value of human contact and the connection between the audience with each other and the speaker with the audience is irreplaceable.

The topics I can talk about to you and your group are:

  • Leadership
  • Family Businesses and succession
  • Crisis Management
  • Sustainability in your organizations
  • Gender Equality

Speaking engagements will:

  • Expand your knowledge, probably beyond your field of interest.
  • Keep you up to date with trends and benefit you with new ideas.
  • Motivate you.
  • Help increase your network.
  • Challenge your capabilities and your goals.

What can we do together?

“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.”

– Albert Einstein


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