Successful companies have unique cultures and great teams. Look no further than Zappos, Starbucks, and Pixar. Each of these companies has distinguished themselves in their fields, fueled by great culture and people. Would Pixar be a top animation company if it ran its business like the military or would customers make Starbucks a daily destination if it wasn’t for the great employees? I think we both know the answer to that.
But how do you build a unique corporate culture and lasting teams so your organization can become a great success? One way is to learn from some of the top keynote speakers on culture and team building. These speakers are thought leaders, bestselling authors, and executives who have made a name for themselves by helping build great company cultures and teams. Contact BigSpeak Speakers Bureau today to learn more.
Steve Donahue is a bestselling author, filmmaker, and business revolutionary in Narrative Science. A spellbinding storyteller with a stand-up comedian’s timing, Steve shows audiences how to achieve epic results by energizing culture and careers.
Juliet Funt is the CEO of WhiteSpace at Work, a high energy global speaker, and advisor to the Fortune 500 on Surviving the Age of Never Enough. Juliet regularly wows audiences as a high-impact, high-energy speaker who shows organizations how to change negative patterns and behaviors that prevent them from achieving optimum results.
Richard Hadden is a leadership and management consultant, syndicated columnist of People and Profits, and the co-author of Contented Cows Give Better Milk: The Plain Truth About Employee Relations and Your Bottom Line. Audiences will laugh and learn as they discover the keys to leading today’s workforce for fun and profit.
Patty McCord is the former chief talent officer of Netflix, co-creator of the Netflix Culture Deck, and author of Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility. Patty speaks to large audiences about creating a great company culture as well as coaching and advising companies and entrepreneurs on culture and leadership.
Robert Richman is a Culture Architect and Customer Experience expert, Co-Creator of Zappos Insights, and author of The Culture Blueprint, a systematic guide to building a high-performance workplace. Robert works with companies big and small to help them hack their culture and find their own solutions.
Robert Sutton is an organizational change keynote speaker, Stanford Professor, and New York Times bestselling author of The No Asshole Rule. Robert pulls no punches as he speaks on organizational change, workplace dynamics, and the causes and cures for destructive organizational friction.
Mike Abrashoff is a Leadership and Performance Expert, former US Naval Commander, and bestselling author of It’s Your Ship. Mike shows audiences how he took the worst-performing ship in the Navy’s Pacific Fleet and 12 months later turned it into the best ship in the entire Navy—using the same crew. Based on his experiences, he shows how you can change your company environment for success.
Vernice Flygirl Armour
Vernice “Flygirl” Armour was America’s first African American female Combat Pilot and is the author of Zero to Breakthrough. In her energetic and moving talks, Vernice uses tales from her time on the front lines in Iraq to show how to build great teams and succeed at any mission.
Robyn Benincasa is a Top Leadership and Teamwork Motivational Speaker, Adventure Racing World Champion, CNN Hero, and bestselling author of How Winning Works. Using humor and true tales of her racing in the most remote corners of the world, Robyn shows how only through teamwork can we succeed at anything.
The Passing Zone
Jon Wee and Owen Morse, the renowned Comedy Juggling Team known as “The Passing Zone” have been entertaining and teaching audiences about teamwork for over 20 years. Their message on teamwork has had such an impact they were inducted into the Speaker Hall of Fame.
Waldo Waldman is a decorated Fighter Pilot, Hall of Fame Speaker, and New York Times bestselling author of Never Fly Solo. Waldo’s programs are particularly suited for organizations going through massive change and need to create a “One Team, One Mission” performance-focused culture of trust and collaboration.