In these uncertain times, it’s become way too easy to get left behind. An organization that isn’t helping every team member become “backable” simply isn’t firing on all cylinders. Backable people are able to rally others around a new idea in a way that inspires people to action. Great leaders invest in backability, because they know it makes their people far more creative and effective. Sales teams close more deals and drive needed revenue. Relationship managers deepen customer loyalty and win trust from key customers. IT and product teams save time and energy, getting the best tech projects “backed” in order to drive productivity. HR teams become a lightning rod for attracting and retaining the best talent.
Not only can people become backable, but organizations can too. As your teams apply these principles in the market, your organization will become more effective at winning customers, recruiting rockstars, delighting investors, and capturing the hearts of the media.
In this energizing session, you’ll learn the surprising truth about creativity and why some of us get ahead while others get ignored. You’ll leave with fresh neuroscience, uplifting stories, and immediately usable techniques to turn a new idea into an inspiring vision that captivates attention and inspires action.
This customized keynote is for the healthcare leader who is guiding teams and patients into trends that have been shaped and accelerated by COVID-19. Drawing on Suneel’s experience building rapid-growth, next-generation healthcare organizations, you’ll leave this session with immediately actionable habits for leading with resilience, speed, and imagination.
Currently teaching innovation at Harvard Medical School, Suneel is the founder of RISE, a breakthrough telehealth company that Apple named “App of the Year”. RISE partnered with Michelle Obama to reach patients across the country and was acquired by the One Medical Group (NASDAQ: ONEM). His venture capital experience, including inside Kleiner Perkins (one of Silicon Valley’s original firms), gave Suneel behind-the-scenes insights into breakthrough health companies across industries and stages of development including Peloton, 23&Me, Impossible Foods, and Calm.
• Understand how rapid trends inside healthcare have changed the way extraordinary leaders think about building world-class teams
• Learn how to face disruption with courage and resilience, embracing technology as a partner to create best-in-class patient experiences
• Uncover the “secret step” that great healthcare teams take to speed up innovation, even during times of chaos and change
In this one-of-a-kind talk, audience members will learn the art of reframing failure inside company cultures, and dramatically reduce their risk of burnout. Rooted in the latest neuroscience, you will leave with practical techniques for managing stress and anxiety while generating resilience, speed, and creativity.
As the CEO of RISE, which helped thousands of people overcome challenges with physical and mental health, Suneel uncovered the hidden qualities of highly resilient people, a subject matter he now teaches at Harvard Medical School. Suneel and his brother, CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, are sons of a mom who rose from poverty to become Ford Motor Company’s first female engineer. You’ll walk away with intimate, heartwarming family stories and take you inside the Kingdom of Bhutan, where Suneel was appointed an emissary for “Gross National Happiness”.
“There are only a few people in the world who have made a success out of failing. Suneel Gupta is one of them.” –Simon Sinek, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author
• Dispel the 3 common myths of high performance and learn a “daily dash” for boosting morale and engagement
• Uncover the “twist” behind how one of the happiest places on Earth builds collaborative work cultures and communities
• Put into practice a quick morning ritual that has been proven to cut stress in half for some of the most successful firms on the planet
As the business world rapidly accelerates, leaders need to push new boundaries at a faster pace. They need to think and behave like entrepreneurs. Unlike most Silicon Valley CEOs, Suneel Gupta spent a decade leading P&Ls inside big companies before founding his own Silicon Valley startup, backed by Google Ventures. Now, as an investor and Harvard lecturer, he shares the techniques that leaders inside large organizations can learn from the cutting-edge entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley companies like Uber and AirBnB. As a result of his influence on Fortune 500 executives, the New York Stock Exchange named Suneel “the new face of innovation.” You’ll leave this talk thinking and feeling more entrepreneurial and ready to have massive impact inside your organization.