“The presentation was excellent and many people commented on it throughout the conference. Thank you for taking the time to participate. We very much appreciate it.”
– Greg Coleman, VP of Strategic Programs, Service Strategies.
“Rajesh is an engaging and thoughtful Mentor in the Founder Institute, and his talk are widely respected by Founders around the world.”
- Adeo Ressi, Founder of The Founders Institute
On Thought Leadership Marketing at the Founders Institute
If you would like to bring Raj to speak, please reach out to him at “explore at foresightplus dot com”
Sample Speaking Topics
1. The Fulcrum Effect
LinkedIn wants us increase our contact count. Twitter wants us to communicate with 140 characters. iPhone and Blackberry want us to be always connected. World IS moving fast for sure. In the Professional Services world, the world seems to move a bit more faster.
However, skills required for long-term success (such as building a personal brand, building lasting relationships etc.) are built slowly and over a long period of time. The dilemma we face is to continue to invest in skills that provide results only after a long period of time when the world just wants us to move FAST.
Rajesh will highlight a few of the long-term skills we all need in our life and an approach to blend practicing these kills in the fast paced world of Professional Services.
2. Lasting Relationships
Everyone agrees the value of long-term relationships and the value it provides both parties. Unfortunately, there is no course in college to teach people how to build and sustain long-term relationships in this fast-moving world.
Every relationship takes time, energy and mindshare to initiate, grow and sustain. You have to pay the price to reap the rewards.
If every relationship takes time, energy and mindshare, how do you expect to build long-term relationships with lots of people?
Rajesh will highlight a time-tested process to build and maintain long-term relationships. You will walk away with an approach that you can start using tomorrow.
3. Pre-Entrepreneurship “Crash” Course
On a lighter note, if there is a “crash course” on Pre-Entrepreneurship, there is a high probability that it can only lead to someone on a “crash” course
All entrepreneurs need a boost in their capacity to execute with minimum resources. First-time entrepreneurs need a double shot of the same. My goal in the one hour is to highlight how a wannabe entrepreneur can prepare to be on the “other side” of the fence. What can one do today when he or she is “not an entrepreneur” to build that additional capacity that will come in handy when he or she really becomes an entrepreneur.
While I believe that “what you do as an entrepreneur” is important for you to succeed, what is more important is “what you do as you lead up to be an entrepreneur“. The talk will focus on some parts of what you can do in preparation for being an entrepreneur.
If you are already an entrepreneur, the topics I will be covering will provide a refresher course on items that you should have been engaged but you might have missed because you had no time
variety of topics. To book him for a speaking engagement click here »