Organizations today really want to know two things: How can you keep up with the ever-accelerating pace of change and innovation? And how can you build a team of innovators who are hungry for change and eager to execute disruptive ideas that can change the world? Dain brings the answers in a series of carefully crafted keynote talks that will get your audience excited about the opportunities of the future and send them out of the ballroom ready to make a difference.
It’s time to get Dain on your meeting calendar. To check out keynote videos and get more information on how Dain can entertain and excite your team, check out the Speaker page under Culture Builders or click on the Read More button below. You know what you want in a speaker and Dain will deliver it for you.
Turning creativity into solutions is, in human terms, the killer app and Dain helps great companies plug and play. From internal brand building to launching a chain of restaurants in China, Dain helps you find elegant ideas to engage your audience in your journey. Need to make your people hungry for change? Need to exceed customer expectations? Need to disrupt your industry in the service of a cause?
Creating a culture that’s branded to the bone, authentic, purpose driven, innovative and productive: that’s the dream of every smart leader. How do you get there? You can’t, unless you are willing ask for help. People are waiting for leadership, waiting for someone to help them make work meaningful. Are you ready to make a difference in this world? Are you ready to think big and act bold?
Coming soon: a comic novel of outrageous fortune and wretched business excess, told from the point of view of a guy trying to do the right thing. The Downside of Up is both a romp through the world of corporate jets, five star hotels and billionaire wine cellars and a deep dive into the secretive world of private equity and corporate buyouts. At the same time, it’s a great business case study of how to turn a failing company around, tracking the best current management theory.
Why a novel? Because we can internalize characters more easily than we internalize concepts. Because leadership is built on stories: the stories we believe and the stories we share. Stories shape who we are. What could be better? A great fiction read that’s also a timely and important business book.