The greatest speeches of literature, history, sports, and lore echo down through the ages.
It is from Shakespeare’s heroic Henry V that we get the phrase “We few, we happy few, we band of brothers,” and the St. Crispin’s Day Speech before the English victory over the French at Agincourt is one of the most eloquently-worded expressions of what unity, camaraderie, and national pride can mean. The speeches of FDR and Churchill to not just America and Britain but to the Allied Nations and, indeed, the world at large during the Second World War speak to the “blood, sweat, toil, and tears” which were shed in securing victory and freedom in that conflict. Sports loves to get in on the game, too, with both real coaches and their movie counterparts so often giving “the big speech” before the game.
Why should business be any different? Getting a great keynote speaker to address your employees and share the secrets of the corporate world can make all the difference going forward. The corporate world is one of inches, but one of words as well. For Nigel Collin key speaker arrangements are always exciting, a chance for him to share his unique insight into the corporate world while firing up one more company to succeed.
Here are just a few things he can touch on in his next great speech to your company.
Small Consistent Improvements
Business is indeed like a game or a battle insofar as it’s so often an accumulation of little things which add up to a big difference. Nigel Collin touches on this at length in his book Game of Inches, and can help explain to your company how the seemingly little things can make a huge difference in the overall success of your company.
A Game of Gaps
Just as important as the little things your company might be doing are those you might not be doing. One of the biggest gaps can sometimes be that between what you expect and how your workforce sees it. No team or army can win without everyone operating on the same page, and the same goes for corporate success. Nigel Collin can thus touch on how to fill in all those little gaps in understanding and get everyone to understand one another’s roles and expectations.
Motivating and Empowering Staff
As stated, so many of our most memorable moments in literature, sports, and culture come from speeches which are designed to motivate. After all, no one likes feeling that their cause is lost or their role with a team or company is meaningless. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth – your time here is precious, and you want it to count for everything it possibly can. That means going to work every day with a sense of motivation and satisfaction – and it is precisely those values which a great keynote speaker on business success like Nigel Collin can help instil in your corporate culture.
Improve your company’s morale and discover the skills that can lead you all to greater success and victory on the corporate front with one of Australia’s great keynote speakers on business topics today!