Like many of you, WWSG is evaluating how our industry must pivot and adapt to the present landscape. While in-person live events are not possible at this time, the need to connect and participate in shared experiences are stronger than ever.
Topics: Happiness Experts, Inspirational Speakers, Happiness Speakers, Neil Pasricha, Shawn Achor, Michelle Gielan, Amy Blankson, Motivation, Mental Health, Resiliency, Stress, Mental Health Speakers, Pandit Dasa, Nataly Kogan, Mel Robbins, Tali Sharot, Dan Buettner, Jenny Evans
Topics: Sustainability, Paul Nicklen, SeaLegacy, Photographers, Cristina Mittermeier, Nature Photography, Photography Speakers, Professional Photography Speakers, Photography Keynote Speakers, Climate Change, Environment, Conservationist
As we settle into a new reality of staying home, finding ways to keep busy can seem daunting. With schools, museums, movie theaters, bars, and restaurants all closed people are turning to other ways to keep themselves entertained. One of the best ways to do so is through Podcasts. Over the past decade, Podcasts have gone from a niche interest to a mainstream form of entertainment. A good Podcast can provide virtual companionship, make you laugh, and teach you something new. But where to begin?
Over the last couple of weeks, the world’s everyday routines have been drastically changed by the continued spread of COVID-19. As the outbreak continues, we are asked to stay home and limit social interactions, forcing many to seek different forms of entertainment and connection. For some, reading is a cure. If there is a positive to this period of social distancing, it might be the chance to expand your horizons and experience all different types of literature.
Topics: Women Keynote Speakers, Tomi Lahren, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Annie Leibovitz, Women Speakers, Women Activist Speakers, Cristina Mittermeier, Authors, Women Leading Women, Female Keynote Speakers, Best Female Speakers, Women's History Month, Female Authors, Bestseller
As an accomplished historian, commentator, and keynote speaker, Niall Ferguson has dedicated his career to linking the past, present and future. Over the years, the Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and senior faculty fellow of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard, has shared his knowledge on global politics and economics with audiences worldwide. With erudition, eloquence and humor, Ferguson specializes in putting today’s economic shifts, social change and political disruption into historical perspective, using the past as a roadmap to the future.
Since 1987, the United States has dedicated the month of March to honor women and the substantial, yet often overlooked, contributions they have made to society. The celebration of Women’s History Month has definitely evolved over the years. Its start can be traced back to the first International Women’s Day in 1911 and then to the first Women’s History Week organized by the school district of Sonoma, California in 1978, which was considered to be widely successful for its time.
Topics: Women Keynote Speakers, Sheila Bair, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Jen Psaki, Nancy Frates, Annie Leibovitz, Women Speakers, Women Activist Speakers, Cristina Mittermeier, Women Leading Women, Motivational Female Speakers, Female Keynote Speakers, Best Female Speakers, Women's History Month
Topics: Newt Gingrich, Sheila Bair, economics speakers, Evan Feigenbaum, economics, The Honorable Newt Gingrich, Finance Keynote Speakers, Finance Speakers, Paul Romer, Niall Ferguson, Stanley Fischer
Relationships are important, particularly in the workplace. That is why here at the Worldwide Speakers Group we focus a majority of our attention on building valued relationships with our clients. Our clients are at the center of everything we do, because our success comes from their success. And the best way for WWSG and our clients to be productive, is through building lasting and meaningful partnerships.