Helping Companies Understand The 21st Century Workforce Culture…and Customer.
More than just an award winning author, former C-Suite Exec, and keynote speaker, Brad Szollose brings together his team for a dynamic transformational set of workshops and keynotes that will give your workforce the tools to be more productive in the Information Age.
All programs available in keynote or workshop format and customizable for your audience. Engaging and interactive, Brad includes a Q&A session for each.
Liquid Leadership Essentials: The 7 Secret Keys To Managing, Motivating and Increasing Output…from People Who Refuse to Be Managed!Based on his internationally bestselling book Liquid Leadership: From Woodstock to Wikipedia, web pioneer Brad Szollose brings to the platform the *award winning management model he developed to motivate, retain and engage a multigenerational workforce.
In this high-content program with plenty of humor Brad explores the changes Digital Natives have thrust upon us — disrupting where we play, where we romance and where we pay. Yet, despite all these changes, corporate leaders are still using 20th Century Management Methodologies on Information Age workers…and customers. How can you adapt a new style of leadership quickly and efficiently? Try some Liquid Leadership.
What Your Audience Will Learn:
- Learn the simple key to constantly discover new ideas from top performers
- Discover if you are a Beekeeper or a Watchmaker? And which style works best
- Discover what your Customers truly want
- How to become a Profit Focused, People Driven Growth Centric Company
The Watchmaker & The Beekeeper: Lighting The Fire of Inspirational Leadership During Not So Inspiring Times
As the economy stays bumpy, companies all over the world are scrambling to figure out how to stay alive…and thrive. In Brad’s Watchmaker & Beekeeper keynote, he takes your audience on a journey of his own life: from being a sickly kid who almost lost his hearing to breaking his ankle during band camp… to entering full-contact Martial Arts training at 45 years of age. From the stories of his father who wouldn’t give him an allowance to becoming an entrepreneur at 16—eventually taking a company public on NASDAQ. From tears of joy to laughter, Brad’s stories will make your spirit soar and your belly laugh, and help your audience find the passion to keep going in a not so great times.