Disney business and leadership speakers for organizational change

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Critical question: Do all your employees believe your organization’s culture is worth defending?


Big companies.

Leaders with broad spans of control.

Hundreds (thousands?) of histories of trusted relationships from working together.

All of the above while speaking and advising at Disney Institute.

During yesterday’s 10am client meeting, an epiphany of sorts.

If he hires me again, that will bring to four, in 2016, the number of client’s who want more than just a keynote speech featuring Disney business insights.

Interesting to say the least.

Any additional requests will likely have to wait for 2017, and that may not be available if this year’s clients continue on (and it makes perfect sense to) the long and winding road to organizational vibrancy.




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Three thrilled clients and a list of other things

Disney Rest Room
Disney Epcot Restroom. My client didn’t know why mirrors aren’t placed above sinks.


Epcot Disney Rest Room
Moving the mirror (center wall next to exit) away from the sink helps Guest traffic flow better.


Three thrilled clients and a list of other things.

Looking back, yesterday was super productive (as are all days). Of course, the usual two hours of writing, reading, praying, and thinking before sunrise. Then a walking meeting with a potential client at 7:20am – around Epcot.

Then home for three client calls. One with a potential marketing partner, another with an existing client to review progress, and then a call with a potential 2016 client.

In between, daily admin stuff, and review of Thursday’s speech for the umpteenth time. Like an Olympic athlete visualizing their event.




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Those thousands of Disney photos are great memories

Disney Institute classroom table cloth
A professional speaker’s office is a classroom or convention hall.


Tomorrow is the big day. Second audio visual check today. The one yesterday was helpful, but wasn’t in the exact room.

Today’s will be.

Presenters are the first ones in the room and the last to leave.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, the one above stimulates wonderful memories of doing work that matters with people dedicated to making (business) dreams come true.

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