Paul Sloane is an entertaining, thought provoking, motivational speaker and a recognized expert on innovation, lateral thinking, creative problem solving and leadership.
Dr. Kjell A. Nordström is the enfant terrible of the new world of business. He writes books and articles and reads everything from Playboy to Architectural Digest to Pinter. His performances are high touch, dynamic, highly interactive, thought provoking and always in line with the times. The 36 business thinker in the world (along with Jonas Ridderstråle) in 2011 in ‘Thinkers50’, his dynamic style makes him a highly appreciated speaker throughout the world.
Dr. Paddy Miller is a Professor at IESE Business School. His main interests lie in the area of innovation, leadership and organisational change in particular in multinational organisations.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Paddy Miller has taught leadership and general management courses on the senior executive programmes at IESE as well as at Harvard Business School, MIT and the Darden School in Virginia. During 2008 he was visiting faculty at Columbia Business School.
Mark Gallagher is a Grand Prix Expert and business and motivational speaker. Mark gives a fascinating insight into topics that range from the importance of teamwork through to the development of environmental technologies and the globalisation of sport. With a relaxed, humorous and anecdotal style Mark has spoken to hundreds of clients in the last ten years, ranging from major conferences to after dinner engagements.
Nirmalya Kumar is professor of marketing and co-director of the Aditya Birla India Center at London Business School, Europe’s top-ranked business school. He is one of the world’s leading thinkers on strategy and marketing (voted 26 in 2011 Thinkers50) with a strong focus on the rise of India as an economic force.
John P. Kotter is internationally known and widely regarded as the foremost speaker on the topics of Leadership and Change. His is the premier voice on how the best organizations actually achieve successful transformations. When John Kotter speaks to an audience he speaks with one and only one goal: to motivate action that gets better results.