New York Times bestselling author Tim Sanders is the perfect fit as the leadership keynote speaker for your corporate event or association convention. He’s led teams during the quality movement, the launch of the mobile phone industry and the birth of the world wide web. He’s been endorsed by leadership gurus including Dr. Stephen Covey Sr., John Maxwell, Tom Peters and Ken Blanchard. Tim has served for six years on the faculty of the Global Institute of Leadership Development and delivered leadership programming for Stanford Graduate School of Business, University of Dayton, University of Michigan Health Care Systems, Skillsoft and Linkage.
Prior to every conference he is a leadership keynote speaker for, he conducts a series of interviews with meeting stakeholders to understand the organization’s current challenges as well as learning objectives for the event. Tapping into his treasure trove of case studies, research and actionable advice, he’ll create a one-of-a-kind keynote that will inspire, inform and energize your audience.
In Tim’s New York Times bestseller Love Is the Killer App, he turned the leadership world on its head by suggesting nice-smart-leaders succeed. They ‘show the love’ by mentoring their people, making generous networking introductions and showing empathy during times of adversity and change.
Real innovation happens when diverse minds gather around a shared challenge to work across the lines by collaborating courageously. Today’s leader needs to spot these opportunities, sponsor disruptive collaboration projects and focus them on higher purpose.
Leaders that develop their EQ succeed in the face of disruption and leverage the power of positive emotions to drive performance. But too often, they focus on technical skills, treating people skills as an option. Those that develop emotional talent bring out the best in others, overcome adversity and influence more effectively.