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Rasmus Ankersen in Asia in Late Oct

Rasmus Ankersen

Author, speaker and performance development expert Rasmus Ankersen will be in Asia late this month. Contact us today to engage him while saving on travel costs. “The critical skill is to have contextual intelligence when you spot talent.” is just one of the important points that Rasmus makes in his talk on performance development. Here is a quick look: […]

Rasmus Ankersen: How successful companies can stay successful?

Rasmus Ankersen

For two years, Rasmus Ankersen has studied how successful companies can stay successful: How do you stay humble when the company cashes in record profits? How do you provide people with the feeling that they are standing on a burning platform when there are no flames in sight? Or put it in another way: How […]

Rasmus Ankersen in Asia in Oct and Nov 2017

Rasmus Ankersen

Bestselling author, entrepreneur and keynote speaker Rasmus Ankersen will be in Asia this coming October and November 2017. Rasmus’ first international book “The Gold Mine Effect” is also one of his keynotes. It explores the performance development in the sporting world and what it means for business and life in general. Here is a quick glimpse of Rasmus Ankersen’s […]

Rasmus Ankersen’ latest book Hunger in Paradise is being released at the end of November 2016.

Rasmus Ankersen

“Hunger in Paradise – How to Save Success from Failure” – Rasmus Ankersen‘s latest book to be released in November 2016. HOW TO SAVE SUCCESS FROM FAILURE While organizations talk a lot about how to achieve success, they talk way too little about the consequences of success. About the complacency, arrogance and resistance to change, […]

Rasmus Ankersen – Hunger in Paradise: The War Against Complacency

Success produces complacency. It happens to individuals, companies and nations. But how do you stay humble when the company cashes in record profits, and how do you provide people with the feeling that they are standing on a burning platform when there are no flames in sight? The cure against complacency Rasmus Ankersen calls “Hunger […]

It's World Cup Year. Engage Football Related Speakers to Inspire Your Team!

It’s World Cup year! We, at Speakers Connect, have some amazing football related speakers. Check them out below and engage them to inspire your team! Erez Morag – Nike Game Changer Dr. Erez Morag is an innovation expert based in Israel. Dr. Morag speaks widely around the world, inspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders, and students to use […]

Rasmus Ankersen's New Keynote: How to Create Hunger in Paradise

Below you have the outline of Rasmus Ankersen‘s new keynote “How to Create Hunger in Paradise” “From a competition perspective, the iPhone is nothing but a niche product.” The famous words belong to Nokia’s CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo when he on the 17th April 2008, barely a year after the iPhone’s release, was asked if he […]

Most Grateful for Another Great Year! Events in 2013

We are most grateful for the support of our clients and speakers, for the trust and love during 2013! We wouldn’t have been able to pull off so many successful events in 2013 without you all!!!! Thank you!

Rasmus Ankersen Talked about Talent @ CNN World Sport Interview

Rasmus Ankersen talked about talent @ CNN World Sport Interview and he was mentioned in an article from Edition CNN. “[…]the recruitment process has potential for becoming a lot more professional,” he says. “I think businesses are way too static, they look at resumes and certificates too much. “If you speak to a business you’ll […]

Performance Speaker Rasmus Ankersen's New Showreel

Rasmus Ankersen has a new showreel and you can watch it here… Rasmus Ankersen is an ex-footballer, a bestselling author, a speaker on performance development and a trusted advisor to businesses and athletes around the world. You’ll never find him in one place for more than a few days – he is always on the […]

Rasmus Ankersen: Why You Fire Too Slow

Rasmus Ankersen, expert on peak performance, thinks that organisations are firing too slow… Here’s what he says: Successful organizations fire too slow! Part of the reason is that our tolerance of poor performance tends to increase when we win. For example, I would argue that the football player whose performance is mediocre, is more likely […]

Rasmus Ankersen Full House Presentation in Hong Kong

Rasmus Ankersen, motivational speaker, rocked the stage at RGSHK event twice! More than 300 audience packed The Hong Kong Club, in 2 sessions, to pick the brain of Rasmus on his insights on the “The Gold Mine Effect – unlocking the essence of world class performance”. We definitely need more chairs, and did we mention […]

Rasmus Ankersen – "The Gold Mine Effect: the Essence of Sport" lecture, Aug 22

What is the DNA of a Winner, and are there secrets for high performance? Rasmus Ankersen travelled around the world to live and train with the best athletes and coaches, as well as conducted field studies of 25 high-profile leaders, including the secretary of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, and the CEO of LEGO Group, Jorgen […]

Rasmus Ankersen & The Gold Mine Effect

Rasmus Ankersen is a speaker on performance development and a trusted advisor for companies and athletes around the world. In this video you have a presentation of Rasmus and “The Gold Mine Effect”… Rasmus Ankersen Rasmus Ankersen published his first book “DNA of a Winner” at the age of 22. The book became a bestseller, […]

Rasmus Ankersen Interviewed on “The Goldmine Effect” on CBC Canada

Rasmus Ankersen was recently interviewed on CBC Television, Canada, about his book “The Goldmine Effect”. Here is the video with his interview… About Rasmus Ankersen Rasmus Ankersen published his first book “DNA of a Winner” at the age of 22. The book became a bestseller, encouraging Rasmus to follow up his success with “Leader DNA” […]

Rasmus Ankersen: Success Lessons from Ryan Air

Rasmus Ankersen shares his admiration for Ryan Air – and what makes Ryan Air so successful… I must admit that I’m a fan of Ryan Air. Not a really hard core fan. More a silent admirer of the company’s ability to cut the crap and focus on doing a few things better than everyone else. […]