Brady’s inspired countless companies to consider possibilities beyond traditional human resources strategies, and unlock the latent energy within their organizations’ people.
Brady is the author of four books dedicated to improving employee performance and business results: Juice: The Power of Conversation, Love at Work, Finding the Sticking Point and his most recent book Beyond Engagement.
An animated keynote speaker, Brady shares practical tools and the know-how to help business leaders step into life’s grittiest tensions: creating an audience experience that moves concepts from theory to application.
Brady’s passion for energy compels keynote audiences to not only get involved in the presentation, but carry their excitement away with them. They’re inspired to create and sustain approach positive change—and better business results
A few satisfied clients you’ve heard of include American Express, BMO, BMO Harris, Loblaw, PHH, The Co-operators and Yum! Brands Canada and. You’ve also heard of others, many among world’s largest Fortune 500 companies but, having signed an NDA, we can’t share their names.
"The first thing you lose is executive function.” Hence, the dysfunction in chaotic workplaces. See the crackling energy and common sense of Brady Wilson’s TED Talk, where he analyzes your overtaxed brain, aka “a 3-pound blob of tofu.”
From birth, Brady Wilson was irreparably “bent". His insatiable inclination to understand the why would not be sated until he got to what he calls “the irreducible essence” - how things really work. This led to an embarrassing amount of research, an exhausting amount of collaboration and an obscene amount of money spent on Amazon - and ultimately to four books.
The first, “The Power of Conversation” revealed how powerful human connections release energy.
The second was “Love at Work” a daring look at how doing the right thing unlocks performance in the passion economy.
The third was “Finding the Sticking Point” helping sales professionals understand that people make decisions for emotional reasons, then justify them with rational ones.
The fourth was “Beyond Engagement” - revealing why employee engagement initiatives are broken and how leaders can shift their approach to infuse engagement with energy.
Every book unveils an unconventional approach resting on the irreducible elements that help make sense of all that complexifies work.
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