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Meeting Planner: Take just 3 minutes to see Krister in action. A top-rated leadership keynote speaker who addresses challenging topics head-on, you’ll see why Krister’s presentations engage and inspire audiences. Former CEO of one of the largest software companies in the world – and the world’s first Leadership Archaeologist – he’s traveled to the corners of the earth to discover hidden and surprising leadership secrets.
Krister delivers groundbreaking leadership concepts through a real, raw, gripping story of success and failure. Meeting attendees walk away with a new language – The Language of Leadership. They get practical strategies they can immediately apply to drive employee engagement and business growth.
An award-winning CEO and global leadership expert, Krister Ungerböck delivers groundbreaking leadership lessons.
You’ll be moved, inspired, and eager to dig deeper as Krister shares the surprising secrets he’s unearthed from around the globe. A top-rated keynote speaker on leadership, growth, and sustainable success, Krister’s presence engages and inspires audiences. See the world’s first Leadership Archaeologist in action below, and invite him to light up your next event.
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“Krister blends Brené Brown’s compassion with Dan Pink’s discovery and storytelling. Powerful yet humble. Energizing yet practical. Krister shares surprising ideas and approaches from around the world that make a huge impact.”
- Chief Credit Officer, Enterprise Bank & Trust
“As a 20 year events professional at Disneyland Paris and RAI Amsterdam Convention Center, I’ve seen hundreds of world-class keynote speakers. Krister is the only one who dared to dig down emotionally to what most leaders in this world still have to unravel. What is the secret to become a successful leader and have lovable relationships. Listening, forgiveness, opening up and self-reflection are the next steps to become a leader 2.0.”
Kees van Gastel, Project Manager, RAI Amsterdam