America’s Most Inspiring Social Media Speaker
Patrick Schwerdtfeger is a keynote speaker who specializes in leadership, particularly as it relates to modern entrepreneurship, online branding and the social media revolution. His programs focus on leadership, accumulating raving fans and followers, and his message is one of optimism and opportunity.
Patrick is the author of the award-winning Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley & Sons, Inc.) and is a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. He has spoken about Leadership, Modern Entrepreneurship and the Social Media Revolution at conferences and business events around the world.
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Motivation versus Leadership
The difference between motivation and leadership is that motivation encourages people to do what they already know they should be doing while leadership helps individuals deliver motivation to others under their supervision. Patrick’s leadership keynotes focus on creativity, principles and communication, leaving attendees with practical strategies to inspire others.
Leadership Keynote Speech
Patrick is a passionate and leadership-oriented speaker who focuses on delivering valuable content and highly practical strategies people can implement immediately and see actual results. His programs consistently get strong reviews and leave attendees burning to put their new strategies to work.
Patrick’s primary message for his leadership keynote programs is as follows:
There is only one thing required to be a leader: LEAD. The world is changing quickly these days and most businesses are holding back, letting other “early adopters” navigate new channels before embracing them themselves. Why? Because they don’t want to fail. But in the process, they are fading into the shadows and while industry newcomers steal customers from under their feet. Being an effective leader requires that you lead. It requires that you try new things before they’re proven. It requires a willingness to fail for the sake of staying on the cutting edge. Tomorrow’s leaders take bold action quickly and admit their mistakes even quicker. Are you up for the challenge?