Speaking to Inspire
Create new thinking within your organisation.
Inspired by Simon Sinek’s Why movement, our keynotes have the capability to touch and inspire large groups of people in very short timeframes.
Building on Simon Sinek’s concept of Why and The Golden Circle, our keynotes explain what it means to start with Why and answers the question of what to do next through Peter Docker‘s ‘Five Key Principles for Leadership’.
Designed for any organisation, whatever its size or stage of growth, our talks work as well in small company meetings as they do at large corporate events. Our talks can inspire & create new thinking through the following topics:
– Peter Docker, WhyNot Unlimited
Talks that inspire & create new thinking through three core topics:
The Golden Circle
Peter Docker shares a powerfully simply idea called the Golden Circle (discovered by Simon Sinek) and builds upon it with examples and stories that bring it to life.
This simple idea explains how great leaders inspire through the way they think, act and communicate. It’s not about changing who we are, it’s about understanding who we are.
Harness the Power of Why
Building on Simon Sinek’s concept of Why and The Golden Circle, Peter Docker’s talk explains what it means to start with Why and then answers the question of what to do next.
Developed over a diverse career, Peter has codified Five Key Principles for leadership and using examples from his wide industry experience, Peter explains how these Key Principles can be applied in any organisation to create an inspiring culture and sustainable high-performance organisation.
Truly Human Leadership
Peter Docker draws on material from Simon Sinek’s latest book, Leaders Eat Last and his own examples of working within extraordinary teams, to explain how leaders can harness the natural drivers that exist in us all to create an environment that attracts the right people, keeps them loyal, and encourages them to work together to create remarkable results.
If you’re interested in our Keynotes, you’d like us to speak at an event, or you’d just like to know more, let’s talk.