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One of the world’s most respected business executives, Jim Stengel reveals the secrets to fostering rapid innovation in order to more meaningfully connect brands and people on a global scale.
Leading at a time of tremendous growth, Jim Stengel served as global marketing officer of $83B Procter & Gamble, universally respected as one of the world’s most innovative companies. Overseeing 7,000 people and an $8B advertising budget, Stengel led the team that reinvigorated P&G’s marketing culture and firmly established it as one of the world’s most admired brand-building companies. Jim Stengel’s leadership has been recognized numerous times, most notably as Brandweek’s “Grand Marketer of the Year” and when P&G was awarded “Advertiser of the Year” at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. He was also named to Fortune magazine’s first-ever Executive Dream Team list in 2011, and in 2017, he was inducted into The American Marketing Association New York’s Marketing Hall of Fame.
Throughout his active career, Stengel experienced firsthand how strategic partnerships and a “people first” management style can reignite operations. From his lauded tenure with the powerhouse company to his think tank and consultancy, Stengel has amassed a breadth of experience that led him to write several books, including Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World’s Greatest Companies and his most recent release, Unleashing the Innovators: How Mature Companies Find New Life with Startups. Stengel’s books—and his keynote presentations—examine how companies of all sizes can better navigate today’s changing landscape, accelerate innovation, increase revenues, and improve their customer relationships.
Unleashing the Innovators – Tech Forum 2018
Millennium Live | Jim Stengel
Beth Comstock and Jim Stengel: How Mature Companies can Find New Life with Startup
TED: Reframing Business Around Ideals
Leading in a #Millennial #GenZ #Digital #FickleCustomer #AI/AR/VR World
How do you lead a business or brand today? You simply cannot be a master in everything. Playbooks and plans are outdated before they are executed. Leaders are more insecure and self-conscious than ever. Where do you start? What are the new principles?
Jim has helped hundreds of leaders and dozens of companies navigate the wildly shifting winds in business today. Based on his executive coaching and extensive leadership development work at UCLA Anderson and the Northwestern Kellogg School of Management, Jim shares with his audience how to lead to grow a brand in these dynamic times. Through cases, stories, and provocative questions, Jim helps his audience personalize the learning and go back to their teams with a renewed focus and confidence.
Lessons from leaving the best and biggest marketing job in the world to start my own company
Nearly everyone in a large enterprise dreams of breaking away and pursuing their passion as an entrepreneur…better yet if it is profitable and enjoyable.
On a Friday in October 2008, Jim left the lucrative and largest job in the $500 billion marketing industry—Global Marketing Officer of Procter & Gamble--to suddenly start his own company the following Monday.
Jim shares his journey and what he has learned about happiness, freedom, risk, love, grit and resilience. In a very personal and poignant talk, Jim takes the audience through his checklist for a happy life, and asks them to consider their own checklist.
Finding New Life in Old Companies
How to unleash the innovators in your company
The odds of a company today to make it to 100 years old is 45 in a million. The odds to make it to 200—one in a billion. Yet legacy companies are full of passionate and committed people. How to unleash them?
In an inspiring and pragmatic engagement, Jim takes the audience through the lessons from his latest book, “Unleashing the Innovators: How Mature Companies Find New Life with Startups,” guides them through a self-assessment of their level of personal courage, and points out what to work on to become a more effective courageous leader.
The Purpose Path to Growth
How to elevate and galvanize your team to grow in today’s turbulent times
More than half of the Fortune 500 are declining in revenue. Employee engagement is at all-time low levels. Consumer expectations have changed forever. Leaders are governed by their InBox not their Outbox. Building a company and team grounded in an inspiring purpose is the path to win in this environment.
Jim Stengel has been leading with purpose since his early days at P&G and has helped more than 80 companies discover and activate their purpose since leaving in 2008.
In this story-rich session, Jim takes the audience through anecdotes from his book GROW, and provides the insights and tools for any leader to get started or accelerate their journey as a purpose-driven leader.
Going “Glocal”: How to Lead a Global Brand in a More Local World
Jim’s course is an imperative for any existing or soon to be CMO. Why? Because we are quite a unique generation of senior marketers - meaning we are not digital native, but have amazing marketing experience - so it is critical to let the outside in regularly, unlearn, and start from scratch. Because being senior is not enough – you need to collide that experience with the best of today’s learning and then you can really be an alchemist for your brand/for your business. A course like this is like an executive summary of all the inspiration there is in the world from the last 12 months. It is a jolt to the system, and will certainly give you wings.VP Creative at COTY
Jim Stengel was absolutely fantastic and really captured the attention – and in some cases, the emotions – of our audience. He did a fantastic job of really understanding our theme and molding his comments to be in harmony with those of our CEO that morning. His presentation style and engagement were absolutely fantastic and exactly what we expect from a high profile keynote. Jim was also very approachable with our employees and appeared to really enjoy himself during the day he spent with us.Land O’Lakes