Opening Keynote: Heath Slawner, Start With Why
Heath Slawner shares a powerfully simply idea called the Golden Circle (discovered by Simon Sinek) and builds upon it with examples and stories that bring it to life. Heath has partnered with Simon Sinek and his team since 2015 and, like Simon, envisions a world in which a majority of people go home at the end of the day fulfilled by the work they do. The Golden Circle plays a vital role in the realization of that world.
This simple idea explains how great leaders inspire through the way they think, act and communicate. It’s not about changing who we are, it’s about understanding who we are.
Highlights from Heath’s talk:
- What you do becomes more powerful when you know Why you do it.
- How to use the Why as a filter, giving you an alternative perspective on your organization and even your career.
- The importance of human connection through trust and authenticity and how it is vital to an organization success.
- Why some organizations are more innovative, more profitable, command greater loyalty from customers and employees alike and are able to repeat their success over and over (and how you can, too).
Closing Keynote: Ron Tite, A Guide for Personal and Corporate Success in a Busy, Busy World
Times Square isn’t just one of the most vibrant parts of the world, it’s almost one of the most distracting. With massive messages, blinking lights, animated creatures, and scrolling text along with the authentic NY honks and music and protests and characters performing at street level, people don’t know where to look.
Well, Times Square isn’t just in Times Square, it’s also in your pocket. And it’s in your car. And it’s in your home. And it’s in your office. The corporate world isn’t just battling for attention with its customers, it’s battling for attention with itself. Every day delivers a priority. There’s always a new platform, a new technique, a new tool, and a new approach to chase.
Stop chasing. Start succeeding.
Organizational and personal performance doesn’t need to be complicated. It just needs to be focused.
In today’s busy, busy world, for brands, organizations, and leaders to succeed it’s about:
What you think.
What you do.
What you say.
Thinking is your beliefs and values. It’s not your product, it’s your purpose.
Doing is the decisions you make and actions you take to live your values.
Saying is how you communicate your values and actions: the internal or external selling, marketing, and promotion.
When an organization and all its people think, do, and say the same things, it creates complete alignment. But when an organization and its people DON’T think or do or say the same things, the result is an integrity gap. That’s not good for careers. And it’s certainly not good for business.
This entertaining and enlightening keynote will not only inspire your people to change their thoughts and actions to align with the organization. It’ll also give them the tools to do it.