5 Speakers For Businesses Who Can Energize Your Team

If you feel that your business has been running on tired legs, and are looking to reinvigorate your team, hiring a speaker to come in and provide motivation is an excellent way to get things moving again. The individuals included on this list specialize in everything from time management to customer trends and entrepreneurship, and offer invaluable support that can boost any enterprise. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.

5 Great Speakers to Energize Your Business

Name What They Offer
Chris Bailey Hosts workshops and writes books to teach teams how to manage their time, attention, and energy
Helene Segura Works with busy professionals to improve productivity, decrease stress levels, and increase profits by applying neuroscience and behavioral modification techniques
Brian Solis Does writing, research, advising, and presentations to inspire global audiences and help them understand future trends
Tony Robinson OBE Business leader who conducts conferences and seminar presentations on enterprise and entrepreneurship
Stephanie Chandler Offers writing and presentations focused on topics including social media, traditional and self publishing, and book and content marketing

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Building an effective team for your business takes dedication and hard work, though keeping everyone inspired and engaged can sometimes prove challenging. Tapping a recognized expert to come in and fire up an organization, can provide the shot in the arm you need to motivate employees. Here, in no particular order, are five renowned speakers ready to provide the spark your staff may need to propel them to new levels of excitement and productivity.

Starting off the list at #1 is Chris Bailey, a productivity expert who hosts workshops to teach teams how to manage their time, attention, and energy. One of his keynote topics, How to Be More Productive in a World of Distraction, reveals how effectively managing our attention hinges on working with greater intention, taming stimulating distractions in advance, and taking more focused mind wandering breaks.

Bailey is the author of The Productivity Project, which features tactics for increasing output based on his personal experiments. Among the tips in the book are how to consume caffeine strategically, rather than habitually, scheduling less time for important tasks, and embracing productive procrastination. He has given speeches to teams at Google, Microsoft, and Zipcar, and a TED Talk on How to Get Your Brain to Focus.

Among the tips in the book are how to consume caffeine strategically, rather than habitually, scheduling less time for important tasks, and embracing productive procrastination.

In the #2 spot is Helene Segura, who works with busy professionals to improve productivity, decrease stress levels, and increase profits by applying neuroscience and behavioral modification techniques. She is the author of The Inefficiency Assassin, which helps readers implement strategies and tactics to eliminate issues with time management. Topics include Capture Your Priorities, Administer Self Care, and how to Dig Out from a Buried Office.

Segura hosts Productivity Recharge Packages, which encourage leaving work and personal responsibilities behind for an overseas getaway. The sessions include two hours of private phone coaching, which provide assistance with time or organization related challenges, access to the webinar series, Working Smarter, Not Longer, checklists for trip planning and packing, and a copy of her book, The Great Escape: A Vacation Planner for Busy People Who Want to Take a Real Break from Work & Life.

At #3 is Brian Solis, a world renowned digital analyst, anthropologist, futurist, award winning author, and global keynote speaker. He tailors his topics to each audience, covering such subjects as The Change Agent's Manifesto, Trust in the Digital Era, and Future Trends. Each speech incorporates elements of education, inspiration, and community.

He tailors his topics to each audience, covering such subjects as The Change Agent's Manifesto, Trust in the Digital Era, and Future Trends.

Solis is a regular contributor to leading business and industry publications, including Forbes, Harvard Business Review, TheNextWeb, and Adweek. He is also an official LinkedIn Influencer. His book, Lifescale, provides tips on how to eliminate struggles with focus, procrastination, anxiety, self esteem, forgetfulness, and creativity, as well as insights into escaping from distractions in order to cultivate a better life.

Entering the list at #4 is motivational speaker, Tony Robinson OBE. He is known as a Micro Business Champion, with the majority of his conference and seminar presentations highlighting enterprise and entrepreneurship. The Micro is Magic Show focuses on how Americans can start and grow a business based in the United Kingdom. The show may serve as a standalone event with a question and answer panel, or complement existing conference programs.

Robinson is a patron of the John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank, director of Yorkshire in Business, and a judge for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. He is in the top 100 of United Kingdom influencers on entrepreneurship, and has presented keynotes at such prestigious venues as Magic Circle, House of Lords, and Royal Conservatoire Scotland.

He is in the top 100 of United Kingdom influencers on entrepreneurship, and has presented keynotes at such prestigious venues as Magic Circle, House of Lords, and Royal Conservatoire Scotland.

Finishing up the list at #5 is Stephanie Chandler, an award winning author and professionally trained keynote speaker who specializes in topics on social media, traditional and self publishing, and book and content marketing. She is the founder and CEO of the Nonfiction Authors Association, an educational community for experienced and aspiring writers. Her book, LEAP! 101 Ways to Grow Your Business, offers tips on marketing strategies, accessing capital, and time management. She has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, BusinessWeek, Inc., and Wired.

Chandler customizes presentations to meet the needs of the audience, offering the option of full keynotes, half and full day workshops, webinars, and courses. Her speech, The Profitable Consultant: Revenue Streams to Grow Your Consulting Business, offers tips on how to develop and execute training programs, the best marketing strategies, and cultivating corporate sponsors.