How To Succeed In The Age of Flux: Leadership That Matters
Modern business is pure chaos. To succeed in an environment of constant change requires a whole new approach. Only those organizations and individuals that embrace uncertainty and seek opportunity in disruption will be poised to thrive.
In a talk that draws on his custom research, Robert Safian delves deep inside cultures from Nike to Starbucks, Airbnb to Warby Parker. He shares examples of Flux Leaders at all levels who are reinventing business, connecting the diverse perspectives of big-brand CEOs, upstart entrepreneurs, and the creative thinkers who power today’s innovation economy. In the process, Safian presents a compelling framework for re-imagining the status quo. He offers a narrative that is incredibly illuminating and entertaining, one that business audiences have fallen in love with again and again.
Lessons of the World’s Most Innovative Companies
In this informative and enlightening presentation, Robert Safian unlocks the key lessons of what makes breakthrough businesses stand apart in today’s hypercompetitive marketplace. He shares his firsthand experience with the likes of Apple, Starbucks, and Under Armour, offering insights on today’s most innovative companies. He shows how companies can thrive, even in tough times, by embracing the power of innovative ideas and creative execution.
The word “innovation” has been co-opted and tarnished, spread through marketing campaigns and corporate titles so recklessly that its meaning has become diluted. But true innovation remains an extraordinary engine for success. By examining the inside workings of today’s most innovative companies—including breakthrough startups like Snapchat, Spotify, and more—Safian shows how businesses and businesspeople in all industries can thrive, even in challenging times
How Breakthrough Leaders Thrive Amid Chaos
This may be one of the most intriguing leadership speeches you will ever experience. Safian shares the inside stories of amazing leaders who have transformed their organizations and their industries in the face of constant change in culture and business.
He explores how and why these leaders turn the threat of change into a vast pool of opportunities, by motivating and developing a talented workforce to creatively capture these opportunities. Both inspiring and educating, Safian zeros in on the power of purpose and mission, explaining how and why a redefinition of leadership is sweeping through the world’s top organizations, In the process, Safian reveals the tools and mindset necessary to become a breakthrough leader.
Is Your Enterprise “Fluxing” Toward The Future?
No one has a crystal ball anymore. With the rising pace of competition and ever-changing consumer demands, it’s become extraordinarily difficult for business leaders to build and maintain long-term plans. And yet it is that long-term perspective that enables outsized success.
Robert Safian provides a disciplined framework for managing in a world of constant flux. He provides distinct guidelines for assessing new information and developments, and illuminates how to incorporate elements of agility and adaptation to help fuel future success. As technology, business and culture collide, spawning new trends, new ideas and new movements in rapid-fire sequence, we all need new tools for managing the ever-changing landscape. Audiences walk away from Safian’s presentation with the perspective necessary to implement a “flux” approach to their lives and their business.
Getting to the heart of the story and digging to find insights that will resonate long after your event is over is Robert Safian’s specialty. One of the best interviewers of our generation, he deploys a warm, disarming style, able to weave hard-hitting topics and emotional reflections into a compelling narrative. He also has an innate ability to tie varying speeches and panels together into one central message, creating more effective and entertaining general sessions. Take the time to learn more.
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