Keynote Engagements

The term key note comes from the practice of a cappella, often barbershop singers, playing a note before singing. The note played determines the key in which the song will be performed.

A keynote address is a motivational, forward looking/future oriented talk expected to set the tone of a conference/programme through establishing an underlying theme. It is supposed to be a well-researched delivery challenging the conventional thought process and invoking thinking faculties of participants by posing unorthodox, unheard and uncomfortable questions and ultimately showing them a different perspective and possibilities in an inspirational set up.

Keynote speakers are generally people of eminence with significant experience and track record in their respective fields. Needless to state that they are great story tellers with ability to blend a differentiated thought process with interest of and relevance to the audience. Successful speakers deliver keynotes in an engaging manner instead of a boring talk from the dais.

We have been consistently creating value with corporates through keynote speaking engagements. These engagements are both customer facing events (customer engagement initiatives of Business Development teams) and/or internal events for employees (Employee Engagement initiative of HR teams). For example, we have worked with Banks and Mutual Funds when they wanted to engage with their customers on specific themes linked to business or beyond business. Similarly, we have also worked with corporates for series of smaller capsules (Coffee & Conversation; Breakfast Series etc.) to expose employees to a world beyond what they normally see.

Wide range of topics on various themes:

While topic of each engagement is unique based on the theme of event and always brainstormed with customer, some of the prominent topics are:

Personal Development Business Development
You and your Behavioral Biases Blue Ocean Strategies
Psychology of influence Journey from “Good to Great”
How to rewire your mind Age of disruption
Managing your emotional quotient Death of complacency
What they don’t teach you at Harvard Business School (HBS) Blue Ocean Strategies
How to produce more time Entrepreneurship and value creation
Art of story telling Change management
How successful people think Happiness at work
Way to Financial Freedom Learnings from Entrepreneurs (Their journey)
How rich people think Power of Branding
Risk Management Philosophy

Our pool of speakers

Given that there is significant diversity in topics here, we draw our speakers from different walks of life includingDoctors, Army Officers, Police Officers, Business Leaders/Entrepreneurs, Regulators, Eminent Professors& Researchers, Spiritual Leaders, and Consultants etc.

We would be happy to engage with you on the subject to co-create value among your team members and/or customers.