Roni Porat

The variety of Roni Porat’s professional talents – orchestra conductor, composer in a number of genres, interdisciplinary artist, scriptwriter, actor, double bass player, lecturer and presenter of leadership seminars, coach, radio show host and presenter – are based on his exceptional interpersonal communication abilities, which enable him to communicate naturally with a variety of audiences of all age groups and sectors.

Roni perfected his unique way of communicating during ten years in which travelled all over Europe as a street performer, musician, juggler and magician, during the 1980’s.

Roni is a leader in his native Israel in the arena of creativity and innovation on the concert stage. He’s a frequent guest composer and conductor for the world-renowned Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also invited to conduct his leadership seminars and lectures entitled “Conducting Success”, for different audiences including government agencies, private companies and more.

Roni Porat is known for his originality and creativity, which characterize both his artistic and presentational activities. He possesses a unique charisma and captivating stage personality which make his lectures and seminars unforgettable, enjoyable experiences which provide participants with real tools for personal development.

People’s most common reaction to meetings with Roni Porat are to the warmth and connection that is felt with the person. Roni is fond of saying “My real career is being a human being” and his main focus is to do everything he can to create a better world. Therefore, “The most significant barrier we have to overcome, is our unawakened persona.” In this statement Roni hints at the challenge of conducting ourselves, which stands at the center of his vision.

Roni’s motto for self-management and leadership is “Be the person that you would want to follow.”


Ravel’s “Bolero” and our habits – the Bolero, a piece that is based on a recurring theme with minor alterations which together bring about an astounding force, as an analogy to our private habits and the “habits of the organization,” habits that if we become aware of them and learn to understand them, we can also create minor changes in them which over time will bring about tremendous results.

“Beethoven’s 5th – what can we learn from Beethoven’s 5th Symphony about our internal strength and presence, qualities that can be developed and are very significant in our quest to maximize our abilities as people and as organizations? The motifs in Beethoven’s 5th are very precise, short and effective, and comprise a sort of “declaration” and create influence and power over time. What are our “motifs”? What is the meaning of exact declarations, which return again and again, for ourselves and with the people around us? How do they build our identity? If and how do they serve and strengthen the foundation of “the symphony of our lives” on a personal level, and the strength of the organization of which we are a part?

Stanislavsky’s “Rite of Sprint” – one of the pieces of music that is considered “impossible” to execute, it is also very complex and difficult to listen to. Through a simple exercise which turns our attention from the complexity, together with the group’s cooperation under the leadership of the conductor, the participants are able, in a short time, to execute one of the most complex parts of the piece.

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