About the “12 Powers” keynote
This isn’t a marketing talk. Experience the keynote from the world’s largest ever study on marketers’ success.
Leading marketing isn’t the same as doing marketing. The Sony Playstation, Direct Line’s award winning campaigns, KFC vegan chicken—they exist because brave leaders have convinced their firms to take a risk.
We are currently seeing the biggest shifts in business since the industrial revolution. From digital to Covid 19—almost every firm must change to grow in the new world. This could be marketing’s moment. This could be your moment!
Listen to Thomas’s stories from today’s most successful change leaders. Learn from the world’s largest ever study – involving over 68,000 assessments – on what makes for an impactful marketer. By the way: what’s a marketer anyway? Thomas believes a marketer is everybody in the business of change. So no matter if you market a product, a service, or simply your idea—this keynote is for you.
Based on the #1 marketing leadership book The 12 Powers of a Marketing Leader, find out how you can mobilize bosses, peers, clients, teams, and yourself. The prize? More influence, more impact, and – quite simply – more fun!
For the most powerful audience experience, it’s highly recommend to order copies of the The 12 Powers of a Marketing Leader. For affordable conference orders worldwide, contact Alex at distributer CBL.
B2B and B2C companies, consultancies, agencies. All levels and roles where more leadership an initiative taking matters for success.
Onstage, online, 18-45 minutes. Mini-workshops and Q&A’s available.
This keynote is particularly powerful at the beginning of a day. Through a mix of facts, stories, and examples, it sets the tone for leadership—from the world’s largest ever study on what makes a marketer successful.
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… together with health experts, safety teams, and a rule-obeying audience, we successfully put on what everybody was longing for: a safe, real meeting.
… for a younger audience, at Advertising Week