Richard Gerver is one of the world’s leading thinkers on human leadership and organisational transformation.
A former globally renowned and life-changing school principal, Richard offers a ground-breaking look into how society deals with the challenge of unleashing human potential and embracing and leading change in uncertain times.
His ability to connect experiences across many, often seemingly different, environments helps individuals’ companies and organisations expand their thinking and their own perception of their potential.
As a result, Richard has been named ‘UK Business Speaker of the Year’ three times.
Furthermore, he is the author of several books on change, leadership, and innovation, including bestsellers ‘Change’ and ‘Simple Thinking’.
He is also one of LinkedIn Learnings’ most popular contributors, with two best-selling courses, Smart Thinking and Mental Toughness.
Richard Gerver Speaker
Richard’s keynote topics include:
Why does change feel so exhausting, and why do we resist it? How can we nurture and develop an organisational culture which embraces change and encourages collaboration?
In this session, Richard examines the challenges of change and how risk aversion can stifle individuals and organisations.
Richard brings his pragmatic, insightful and people-centric approach to success, what it is and how we can achieve it. He offers strategies and tools individuals need to succeed individually and as part of an organisation. Richard will also share the mindsets, behaviours and attributes needed to aim higher and achieve more based on his book ‘Simple Thinking‘.
What do people and organisations that have enjoyed sustained success have in common? A sense of purpose. Richard explores how communication, skills development, leadership, and empowerment must be developed and nurtured to encourage a genuine sense of purpose.
Richard has translated his work and experience from schools to high-performing corporate environments using his unique insights into human development. The ability to risk, learn and develop is vital. Richard argues that it is often the most naturally gifted individuals who struggle with resilience and that having the confidence to fail and overcome adversity is critical to getting the best out of ourselves and our people.