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Press Coverage on Michele Wucker’ Gray Rhino Analogy

Michele Wucker‘s Gray Rhino Analogy has been getting a lot of attention, especially in the press. Just last month, Michele’s gray rhino analogy is covered by various media. Take a look.. Front page at New York Times on the “Gray Rhino” issues in China: “Let the West worry about so-called black swans, rare and unexpected events that can .. read more

Frank Salzgeber, Innovation and Space Expert, Available to Speak in Asia

Frank Salzgeber is very passionate about the development of space travel and the European Space Programme. He believes that ‘a society that stops exploring stops progressing’ and he is available to speak in Asia! Frank Salzgeber is the Head of the Technology Transfer Programme Office at the European Space Agency (ESA), whose main mission is to inspire and facilitate the use .. read more

David Gething Cycled Iceland’s Coastline for ‘fun’

Post Magazine of South China Morning Post recently published an article on Dr David Gething‘s Iceland cycling adventure. It is a normal fun trip for David, but crazy for many… When Dave “Relentless” Gething (the Hong Kong-based veterinarian who won the 2015 World Marathon Challenge, in which competitors must complete seven marathons in seven days on .. read more

Dr Jordan Nguyen – Diverse thinking powers creativity

For Dr Jordan Nguyen, biomedical engineer and inventor, diversity of thought is key to developing tomorrow’s game-changing technologies. In this short video, he explains how diverse thinking powers creativity – and better outcomes. He says “If you bring people with those different perspectives then you’re going to get a better solution.”  Dr Jordan Nguyen’s mission .. read more

Tina Altieri, Sought-after MC and facilitator Available for Engagements in Asia

We at Speakers Connect are proud to announce that Tina Altieri — sought-after MC, facilitator and keynote speaker is now available for speaking engagements in Asia. Tina Altieri  is a sought after MC, facilitator and professional speaker. A dynamic and engaging communicator and TV anchor who has earned great respect through her 25 years in the Australasian .. read more

Jesko von den Steinen Got Awesome Feedback at Client Conference

Jesko von den Steinen spoke at the Thomson Reuters 2017 Asia Sales Conference in Macau, and got awesome feedback from the audience. Jesko personalised the presentation on creativity, and delivered it in a dynamic and engaging format. He has translated successfully his knowledge in performing arts and creativity to a business context. The audience simply .. read more

Michele Wucker Spoke in China with Rave Review

Michele Wucker, author of “Gray Rhino” spoke in China in June, including at the World Economic Forum – Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Dalian, China, on “The Future of Conflict”. Here are a few photos from her recent China trip: You may also learn more about Michele‘s views by reading her feature on .. read more

Engage Troy Gray, Accomplished TV Presenter For Your Next Event

As an accomplished television presenter and TV producer, it is easy to see why Troy Gray is a sought-after MC, facilitator and keynote speaker. Following a career as an Australian Football League player, Troy Gray has been firmly entrenched in the entertainment and public speaking industry. Troy has Created, Produced and Presented multiple award-winning TV shows across a number .. read more

Margie Warrell Available to Speak in Asia

We are proud to announce that bestselling author  and in-demand speaker Margie Warrell is now available to speak in Asia! In her keynote speech featured below, Margie talks about courage and leadership.  Some of the gists are summarised here: “Everyday in our lives, there are opportunities to be courageous; we just don’t always think of it that .. read more

Mike Walsh: Why leaders should stop doing work, and start designing it

21st century leaders need to adjust to a world of algorithms, automation and AI. According to futurist Mike Walsh, the algorithmic leader of the future will have two key qualities – the ability to understand human behavior, and a flair for computational thinking. “In the future, it’s going to be activities not occupations that will .. read more