Are you planning an event for employees, a webinar for clients, or an industry gathering?
Tired of empty motivation and dull academic presentations?
Invite a speaker who will inspire the audience with authentic engagement and practical experience in business strategy, leadership, and personal effectiveness.
Greg Albrecht is a strategic advisor to management boards, a longtime Google for Startups mentor, an ICC certified coach, as well as an entrepreneur and investor.
For over 20 years, he has been bringing products to market, assisted CEOs and entrepreneurs in making key decisions, and implemented the principles of essentialism and effectiveness.
He runs the boutique strategic development firm Albrecht&Partners.
He has inspired thousands of people through his business podcast and public speeches across several continents.
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Supports participants in personal development in the face of changes in the world, the company, and life. The title suggests that while we update the software on our smartphones weekly, we can spend years effectively resisting improving our work models.
Greg encourages investing in one's own development and prepares for the unexpected. He teaches active engagement in change based on psychological principles, interesting book examples, and real stories of people who have achieved unexpected results through changing their approach. After this speech, participants will leave with a load of ideas for their own development and a greater openness to change.
This format of speech performs particularly well in companies facing business transformation, changes in management, or expansion into new markets.
Helps even the most experienced managers become better leaders. It all starts with getting to know ourselves, correcting our behaviors, and refining our team's working model.
The presentation showcases examples of practices that positively impact team development, engagement, and effectiveness. It helps conduct better meetings, consciously shape organizational culture, and reclaim managers' time. It shows the risks associated with a lack of awareness of one's own incompetencies.
The presentation helps listeners find themselves on an axis between extremes that do not serve good management, e.g., micromanagement vs. delegating without control. The recipient can diagnose on their own where they are and in which direction they can change their approach to get closer to balance. The presentation is based on real-life examples. It offers specific suggestions and examples of books for further exploration of the topic.
This format of speech works in any company that consciously builds the strength of the organization by shaping smart and independent managers. It also performs well at events for representatives of specific industries and business owners.
Is a buffet of inspirations for entrepreneurs. It broadens the perspective on one's own business through examples from other industries that can be applied to almost any company.
It shows directions for expansion and organizing the business, addressing the most common strategic challenges faced by leaders of small businesses, from family businesses to international startups. It covers areas of increasing sales, managing owners' goals, or organizational structure.
The presentation will give participants tips on where to look for further inspiration and how to translate theory into practice for their own company. After the presentation, the entrepreneur will look at their strategy with fresh eyes. They will feel energized for experiments and course corrections.
It’s a suitable presentation for companies organizing meetings for their business clients, as well as for open conferences aimed at entrepreneurs.
Greg prepares the content of the speech individually based on a conversation with the client and an understanding of the context the event participants find themselves in. The lectures are delivered in English or Polish.