Rasmus Ankersen is one of Europe’s leading speakers on the subject of Personal Development.
A best-selling author, his book ‘The Gold Mine Effect’ has been published in over 40 countries.
Ankersen explains how anyone, or any business, organisation or team, can defy the many misconceptions of high performance. As a result, you can learn to build your own gold mine of talent.
To discover the secrets of high performance, Rasmus lived and trained with some of the world’s best athletes.
In 2016 Rasmus published ‘Hunger in Paradise’ a book about how successful organisations can remain successful by eliminating complacency.
“Rasmus delivered the best presentation ever in a partner and directors meeting!”
Håvard S. Abrahamsen – PwC CEO / Territory Senior Partner
As a business leader and entrepreneur, Rasmus is the Chairman of FC Midtjylland and Co-Director of Football at Brentford FC.
Both clubs are recognised as being very innovative in the world of football, especially for their use of big data to drive decision-making.
Furthermore, Rasmus is a trusted advisor to businesses, high profile individuals and athletes around the globe.
Rasmus Ankersen – Motivational Speaker:
As a motivational speaker, Rasmus Ankersen has delivered presentations to many of the world’s most innovative organisations, including LEGO, Google, IKEA, Nasdaq and E&Y.
His presentations include:
The Gold Mine Effect – Cracking the Secrets of High Performance:
For six months, Rasmus toured the world training and living with the world’s best athletes and their coaches.
In this speech, Rasmus delivers his surprising conclusions on what it takes to build a gold mine of world-class performers.
You will learn:
- How to spot the talent that your competition is overlooking.
- The difference between “talent that shouts” and talent that whispers”.
- Why breakthroughs often come from outsiders, not from insiders.
- How practice and persistence beat IQ and raw talent.
- Why a performance environment should never be too comfortable.
Hunger in Paradise – The Cure Against Complacency:
While organisations talk a lot about how to achieve success, they talk way too little about the consequences of success.
Success often produces complacency, arrogance and resistance to change, which often follow as a shadow of success.
For the past two years, Rasmus Ankersen has studied how successful companies can stay successful.
As a result, Rasmus will share his answers to questions like:
- 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 do you create hunger in paradise?