SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
Change | Motivation | Personal Development
One of the most in demand business speakers, Robert Kriegel, Ph.D. teaches bold, innovative, out-of-the box strategies for keeping ahead of the changes, challenges, and competition in the dynamic marketplace.
U.S. News & World Report has called Dr. Kriegel, "one of this country's leading authorities in the field of change and human performance." He is the author of the national bestsellers If it ain't broke...BREAK IT! and How to Succeed in Business Without Working So Damn Hard. His book, Sacred Cows Make The Best Burgers, made Business Week's bestseller list in its first month. His newest book, Performance Under Pressure: Being At Your Best When It Counts, outlines actionable mental and physical strategies for overcoming fear, recognizing stressful warning signals, and defusing anxiety and worry.
An all American athlete and pioneer in the field of sports psychology, Dr. Robert Kriegel has coached both Olympic and pro athletes. The New York Times said his work "spurred a revolution in performance practices."
A former advertising executive for Young and Rubicam in New York, Dr. Kriegel taught at Stanford University's executive management program and was a member of the California Governor's Council. A commentator on National Public Radio's Marketplace program, he has made two specials for PBS.
Dr.Robert Kriegel's customized presentations draw on his 28 years of pioneering work with leaders and peak performers in all fields and his best selling books. His presentations outline bold, innovative strategies and practical guidelines for excelling in these turbulent, rapidly changing, intensely competitive times. Each of his presentations is individually designed to reinforce the objectives of the client, to address the specific challenges and concerns facing the audience, and to have practical take-home value.
Dr. Kriegel's customized speeches and programs entertain, inform, and inspire audiences. He teaches how to develop and lead Change-ReadyŠ people and organizations. Audiences learn how to round up sacred cows that cost money and inhibit change and new opportunities. He outlines strategies for gaining the competitive edge by changing the game, leading customers not following them, rethinking rules, redefining roles, and reinventing the game.
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