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John P. Kotter

Harvard Business School Professor of Leadership, Emeritus; Foremost Authority on Leadership and Change

Massachusetts
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John P. Kotter is internationally known and widely regarded as the foremost speaker on the topics of leadership and change. His is the premier voice on how the best organizations actually achieve successful transformations.

When speaking to groups, Kotter draws on the history of recent successes and failures in the business world. He explores the new rules of leadership and the importance of lifelong learning in the postcorporate world. Kotter offers the leadership tools necessary to achieve success in a business world that reinvents itself every day. When Kotter speaks to an audience, he speaks with one and only one goal: to motivate action that gets better results.

  • Clients will explore the importance of this seemingly easy to express topic. What is the right way to create a sense of urgency? What is a false sense of urgency? Where do you go once the urgency is established? These and other important questions will be
  • This speech focuses on the eight-step process of implementing successful transformation. You will learn how companies can achieve their goals and how important it is to have successful leadership in order to make change happen. With personal attention to
  • When change is needed in an organization, sometimes the hardest part is getting everyone to believe it. John Kotter will introduce his eight-steps for successful change in an easy to understand format. By providing the guidance needed in an ever changing
  • As the economy and world change, so must organizations. The pressure for organizations to modify their business will only increase in the years to come. Many times, a good plan can get lost in the midst of implementation. The methods used to restructure o
  • Many organizations today are over-managed and under-led because people do not know the difference between management and leadership. There are significant differences and each have an effect, both negative and positive, on a company's performance. John K