3 Motivational Business Speakers to Consider for Your Next Event
Whether it be a small start-up or Fortune 500 company, every business faces a period in need of inspiration. It could be to drive sales, increase productivity or creativity, or to maybe just find meaning in your teams’ jobs and work. Some companies turn to incentives, higher pay or great products, but many are now turning to hiring powerful leadership and business motivational speakers to help inspire employees to work harder and find meaning in passion in what they do.
There is now a growing number of businesses that recognize the significant value of hiring motivational speakers. They offer more than just inspiration, they provide invaluable advice based on firsthand successes that help drive growth to businesses and help employees find meaning in the things they do.
If you’re looking to maximize employee potential to increase sales and profitability in your business, here are a few of Worldwide Speakers Group’s top motivational business speakers.
Sean Bratches was the key executive overseeing the commercial businesses of both ESPN and Formula 1 during their respective journeys to prominence. He developed and oversaw the innovation and strategies that were material to the marketplace successes of the respective businesses. The scope of his oversight spanned the continuum from revenue generation, marketing and brand management, event operations, business development, research and analytics, and operations.
DeMaurice Smith was the unanimous choice when he was elected as the Executive Director of the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA).
Prior to joining the NFLPA, DeMaurice Smith was a trial lawyer and litigation partner in the Washington, D.C. offices of Latham & Watkins and Patton Boggs, serving as the chair of the firm’s government investigations and white-collar practice group. Smith previously served as Counsel to then-Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder in the U.S. Department of Justice before entering private practice. He spent ten collective years with the U.S. Attorney’s office and the Department of Justice, working on issues such as national security and prison construction. Smith has also represented Fortune 500 companies, and argued numerous cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Shubham Banerjee’s startup, Braigo Labs, has received an undisclosed investment amount from Intel Capital, which may make him the youngest Silicon Valley-based tech entrepreneur to ever receive funding from a venture-capital firm. At the age of thirteen, Shubham Banerjee disrupted an entire industry by playing with Legos.
His story has captured the imagination of many people, including industry veterans, and students alike who think Braigo will shake up the market for the visually impaired. He openly shares his story of innovation to inspire both adults and children alike to do better to help the people in need.