Speakers / Topics: Future Trends ($10,001 - $20,000)
Future Trends Speakers
You don’t need a crystal ball to see into the future, but you do need experts who can confidently analyse data and trends to help your organization prepare for what’s next in your industry…and the world.
Web Analytics Master
Avinash Kaushik is the “Digital Marketing Evangelist” for Google. One of the few experts in web marketing that makes data understandable, Avinash shows how leaders, marketers, and executives can leverage digital platforms and data to out-innovate...
Co-Author, Mavericks at Work | Founding Member, Fast Company Magazine
For nearly 20 years, Polly LaBarre has worked to embolden and equip leaders in every realm to help make their organizations more resilient, innovative, inspiring, and accountable. A rigorous thinker, energetic storyteller, and tireless explorer of th...
Expert on Cities, Mobility, Travel, Trade, and the Future of Work
Greg Lindsay is literally a man on the street, reporting from the intersection of global trends and local wisdom. Widely cited as an expert on the future of travel, technology, and transportation, on the design and resiliency of cities, and on how to...
World-Renowned Motivator and Communicator
Mike Lipkin brings out the best in leaders and employees around the world. The founder and president of Environics/Lipkin, a global research and motivation company, and the author of numerous bestselling books, he combines Environics’ trademark...
The Hon. Preston Manning
Founder of the Reform Party of Canada
Preston Manning tirelessly championed the cause of democratic and political reform throughout his impressive career as one of Canada’s great visionaries. His presentations provide a dynamic and substantive discussion of both current issues and an o...
Trend Spotter | Workforce Strategist | Management Renegade
Anticipating talent trends is a key determinant of success. Attracting, retaining, developing, and promoting outstanding talent is one of the critical capabilities that distinguish successful companies now and in the future. Leaders must have a clear...
The innovative organization is nimble, informed, and ready to change directions–and that’s what organizations need to be or become now, because not only is the pace of change accelerating, but the rate of acceleration is increasing. Business ...