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Malcolm Gladwell Style

Malcolm is an extraordinary speaker: always on target, aware of the context and the concerns of the audience, informative and practical, poised, eloquent and delightfully warm and funny. Magically, he entertains and shakes up your perspective at the same time.

Malcolm Gladwell Focus

Malcolm Gladwell has an incomparable gift for generating value by interpreting groundbreaking research in psychology, sociology and neurology and applying it to business

Malcolm Gladwell Topics

Analyze our everyday vocabulary and how organizations use new tools for understanding how and why change happens; how to create positive epidemics of ideas and behavior; analyzing intuition or those judgments we make unconsciously and instinctively; exploring how we can master this important aspect of successful decision-making

Malcolm Gladwell Engagements

The list of clients who have engaged Malcolm’s speaking services is eclectic. To name just a few, in the past few months he has spoken to a hospital group in Las Vegas, a conference of arts and civic organizations in Michigan, a computer storage company convention in Texas, a group of entrepreneurs and local business leaders in Silicon Valley, and a national meeting on homelessness in New York. The first three of those were paid. The last two were not.

Malcolm Gladwell Before Current Career

Reporter for the Washington Post, where he covered business, science, and then served as the newspaper's New York City bureau chief

Books written by Malcolm Gladwell

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Make a Big Difference; Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking; The New Yorker Magazine

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Andy Cohen : Follow the Other Hand

Andy Cohen: business motivational speaker that uses magic as metaphor