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- A “connoisseur” of companies, mining the qualities and practices of the world’s leading corporations for lessons in successful executive leadership.
- Apostle of the power of the “SheEconomy,” a $20 trillion sector of the economy that is persistently ignored, underrepresented, and misunderstood.
- Ph.D. in leadership who combines research expertise with the wisdom borne of years of experience in the corporate world.
- Freiberg’s books have sold over 850,000 copies worldwide.
Jackie Freiberg is one of the country’s foremost authorities on leadership development and business communication. She and her husband, Kevin Freiberg, have drawn upon years of leadership training experience to become an accomplished writing and presenting team; on her own, Freiberg is one of the most popular women’s leadership speakers in the United States.
Freiberg holds a doctoral degree in leadership from the University of San Diego. She considers herself a “connoisseur” of companies, mining the qualities and practices of the world’s leading businesses for lessons in successful executive leadership. Freiberg uses this data to create customized advice for her clients, helping businesses develop better leadership, more productive company cultures, and increased accountability. She often shares her unique perspective on the “SheEconomy,” a $20 trillion sector of the economy that is persistently ignored, underrepresented, and misunderstood. Freiberg advises business leaders in how to attract, engage, and invest in women – for everyone’s benefit.
Freiberg uses her impressive public speaking credentials in service of the American military, as well. For 25 years she served as a public speaking coach for the U.S. Marine Corp, training over 1500 recruiters a year in the fundamentals of successful communication.
Freiberg’s books have sold over 850,000 copies worldwide, including NUTS! Southwest Airlines’ Crazy Recipe for Business and Personal Success, Nanovation, and most recently Do Something Now and Be a Person of Impact. Her client list includes Southwest Airlines, McDonalds Corporation, the Navy Federal Credit Union, Sundance Resorts, Sonic, and Kaiser Permanente.
“It was an absolute joy to hear you describe how we could lead with passion and hope. Your energy, insight, and powerful illustrations lit a fire under our leaders, and I am excited to witness the transformation that follows. We were impressed at how you tied your presentation in our theme for the retreat. We eagerly look forward to hearing from you and Kevin at our October Governance Conference and witnessing similarly impressive results with our board members.”
President and CEO CHRISTUS Health
“Jackie’s engagement with us and what we stand for was exceptional and definitely contributed in having a presentation that was tailor made for Smurfit Kappa. We rarely have a speaker who is able to articulate the content of the conference with the company agenda as you did.”
CEO, Smurfit Kappa
I just started the CAUSE! book, and really enjoying it. Seeing you in person solidified that I’m a huge fan! I will be reading all of the books and recommending them as well. You did an excellent job of integrating examples from the PBGH and CVS Health as well as my son! I’m so
very appreciative of this extra effort and I am very impressed!”
CVS Heath, Strategic Account Executive
The homework you did showed as you spoke from the stage. You were completely connected to our culture and tied it in with your message perfectly. Thank you for your attention to detail and inspiring our group with strategies to take back to their business.”
Member Education & Special Events Manager, Do it Best Corp.
“I consider Jackie to be a soulmate, she always looks for the good news stories to share. We consider it a real treat when we host Jackie.”
Ken Blanchard, author “One Minute Manager, owner, The Ken Blanchard Companies
Jackie Freiberg brings years of experience working with innovative companies such as Southwest Airlines and the research expertise borne of her doctoral studies in business leadership. Her programs provide valuable insight into leadership, innovation, corporate culture, and the growing power of women in the marketplace.
Freiberg utilizes her “connoisseur’s” perspective on the country’s foremost corporations to unpack the characteristics of highly successful leadership. Simple, effective formulas guide her audiences toward noticing problems, leading others to share this newly heightened awareness, and disrupting the status quo to drive innovation forward. She tells stories of Southwest and other companies who have developed passionate workforces convinced they are working for the best company in their industries.
Companies leave millions of dollars on the table each year because they fail to take advantage of women’s tremendous purchasing power. Freiberg offers targeted advice on how business leaders can adjust their thinking and reach out to this often-ignored – but enormous – sector of the marketplace. Companies that successfully mine this demographic are likely to become market-sector leaders for years to come.
Leadership: Drives Engagement and Culture
Audience Takeaways: Timeless leadership strategies for turning an average culture, average performance and average results into exceptional. Leaders will be challenged to see themselves as stewards of engagement, culture and people’s potential. How?
MODEL - If you want to improve the organization, first improve yourself, then through your example draw the best out of others.
SERVE - Show up to who and what matters.
ENABLE everyone… Pave the way for ownership and input, ask, listen, mentor and redirect when needed.
Innovation: It’s Everyone’s Job
Audience Takeaways: Proven strategies for creating a culture where teams of intrapreneurs dare to try. Jackie demystifies innovation and shows people at all levels how to own and accelerate innovation.
NOTICE and look beyond the blur of work-as-usual to discover the opportunities before you.
LEAD others to question the unquestionable, get comfortable being uncomfortable, and challenge limitations.
DISRUPT the status quo, collaborate to find new and innovative solutions, change the things that don’t seem right.
Change: Do Something Now
Audience Takeaways: Change is a constant, and leading and owning change is a requirement for ongoing success. This presentation offers strategies for driving, owning, and being the change you want to see in your organization or industry. Jackie challenges everyone to stop moaning and start doing.
See it! Notice what is holding you back, routine, white noise, frivolous distractions.
Enable it! Ideate solutions and what ifideas to life.
Do it! Be the change, reach across functional boundaries, collaborate and engage others to drive positive change.
Grow ROI: Through Purpose and Profit
Audience Takeaways:Forward thinking insights and strategies for what it takes to attract and keep great talent and earn loyal customers. In this Keynote, Jackie shares trends and data that prove the future belongs to businesses that are profitable AND improving society (businesses that are mission and cause driven).
Don’t Pitch, Enrich - A formula for attracting and gaining loyal employees and customers advocates for life.
People will work for a CAUSE - A corporate WHY might be your silver bullet.
Customers will buy for a CAUSE - Social impact and giving back… priceless!
Lead ToGetHer: Global Trends on Women, Work, Wealth and Wall Street
Audience Takeaways: If you hire HER, work with HER, market to HER, and want to own HER purchasing power, this keynote offers surprising and insightful strategies on what it takes to earn HER time, talent, attention, loyalty and wealth. Ignore HER and your business is doomed. SHE is a $20 trillion economy, it's time to get to know HER.
· Who is SHE?
· Where will SHE work?
· Where does SHE buy?
· Why does SHE buy?
Nanovation: How a Little Car Can Teach the World to Think Big and Act Bold
Do you have the eyes, the ears, and the hands to be a Nanovator? You′re about to find out.
In India, entire families- too poor to afford a car- crowd onto a single motor scooter every day to brave the tangled traffic lurching through the streets. One evening Tata Motor′s venerable chairman Ratan Tata witnessed something on those rain-soaked streets that both horrified him and birthed a dream: an overloaded scooter lost traction in a busy intersection and sent several members of the family tumbling across the pavement. In that moment Nanovation took root in Tata′s imagination.
The very idea was supposed to be impossible. A safe and appealing family car for the price of a motor scooter? The experts dismissed it. But Ratan Tata was undeterred. When budget constraints, design restrictions, the rising costs of materials, and political agitation threatened to derail the project, Team Nano pressed on. This is the story of how, in the face of insurmountable odds, Tata Motors created one of the greatest innovations in the auto industry since Model-T.
Nanovation has disrupted an entire industry and changed the game for India forever. Imagine what it can do for your business. Is your company changing the way society functions?
What′s your Nanovative idea? It′s time to get moving!
Warning! Don′t read this book unless you are ready to challenge management dogma, taken-for-granted assumptions, and outdated systems by asking "what if?" and "why not?" to some of your industry′s toughest questions.
But, if you′re ready to revolutionize the products you make, the processes you use, and the companies you build, pull up a seat at the drafting table with the creators of the Nano, the most important car to roll off the assembly line in decades. Discover the thinking that bred their ingenuity and the leadership that encouraged them to overcome adversity, to take risks despite their fear of failure, and to innovate beyond their customer′s wildest expectations.
BOOM! 7 Choices for Blowing the Doors Off Business-As-Usual!
You are DESIGNED to choose and DEFINED by your choices.
In front of you are seven choices waiting to be made. Whether you are the leader or those being lead, these choices will determine the quality of your life and the significance of your contribution to the world in which you work.
In BOOM the Freiberg′s have distilled 20 years of collective wisdom into 7 essential choices that cause culture, service, success, and business to BOOM
Choice #1: Be a Player
Choice #2: Be Accountable
Choice #3: Choose Service Over Self-Interest
Choice #4: Focus Forward
Choice #5: Play to Your Genius
Choice #6: Get It Done
Choice #7: Risk More - Gain More
These 7 choices are your wake-up call to freedom, and it′s your invitation to create a community of like-minded people who - together - will create organizations that can blow the doors off business as usual and cure the Dead People Working™ syndrome
Nuts!: Southwest Airlines′ Crazy Recipe for Business and Personal Success
Twenty-five years ago, Herb Kelleher reinvented air travel when he founded Southwest Airlines, where the planes are painted like killer whales, a typical company maxim is "Hire people with a sense of humor," and in-flight meals are never served--just sixty million bags of peanuts a year. By sidestepping "reengineering," "total quality management," and other management philosophies and employing its own brand of business success, Kelleher′s airline has turned a profit for twenty-four consecutive years and seen its stock soar 300 percent since 1990.
Today, Southwest is the safest airline in the world and ranks number one in the industry for service, on-time performance, and lowest employee turnover rate; and Fortune magazine has twice ranked Southwest one of the ten best companies to work for in America. How do they do it?
With unlimited access to the people and inside documents of Southwest Airlines, authors Kevin and Jackie Freiberg share the secrets behind the greatest success story in commercial aviation. Read it and discover how to transfer the Southwest inspiration to your own business and personal life.
- Guts!: Companies That Blow the Doors off Business-as-Usual
Kevin and Jackie Freiberg′s previous book, Nuts!: Southwest Airline′s Crazy Recipe for Business and Personal Success, described the unconventional leadership that made Southwest an airline industry dynamo. In Guts!, the Freibergs look at twenty-five gutsy and extraordinarily successful businesses and introduce the chief executives who are creating a new corporate ethos that blows the doors off business-as-usual.
Drawing on five years of research, the Freibergs provide a behind-the-scenes look at these intensely focused, passionate, and unconventional leaders and their companies. Among them:
• James Blanchard, CEO of Synovus Financial, a financial services giant with more than 16 billion dollars in assets
• Roy Spence, Jr., President of GSD&M Advertising, which AdWeek magazine named Southwest Agency of the Year seven times
• James Goodnight of SAS, a world leader in intelligence software
Although the leaders in the book represent a wide-range of industries, they share a common vision: They see business as a heroic cause and understand that good leadership isn′t a matter of position, but of influence. They reject hierarchical rules, rituals, and expectations, and have replaced in-the-box management with a culture based on passion and innovation. They regard their employees not as "human resources," but as individuals with unique gifts and talents. And make everyone in the company responsible for the company′s brand and culture.
An exciting follow-up to Nuts!, which has sold nearly 500,000 copies in hardcover and paperback, Guts! proves that it is possible to have fun, live your values, and still make money.