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12 Great Leadership Speakers For Your Next Event

Leaders come in many forms, including successful CEO's, best-selling authors, thought leaders, and much more. All of these leaders have something in common - they aim to ignite their audiences with a solid learning foundation to become effective, productive, strong and valuable. Here are some of the highest-rated leadership speakers right now.

Mike Abrashoff

Mike Abrashoff - Former Commander of the USS Benfold and Author of It's Your Ship.

Leaders need to understand how profoundly they affect people, how their optimism and pessimism are equally infectious, how directly they set the tone and spirit of everyone around them.

Marcus Buckingham

Marcus Buckingham - Authority on Employee Productivity, Management, and Leadership.

Always work hard. Intensity clarifies. It creates not only momentum, but also the pressure you need to feel either friction, or fulfillment.

Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson - Co-Founder & CEO of Virgin Unite Mentors, Senior Executive Coach & Bestselling Author.

Everybody has something that's vulnerable. Everybody has an area that they need to work on and that provides a great opportunity.

Chester Elton

Chester Elton - Leadership Expert & Co-Author of the Carrot Principle.

When you get a good idea, reward it. The odds are you'll get more good ideas from that same employee.

John Kotter

John Kotter - World Renowned Expert on Leadership.

Great leaders understand that historical success tends to produce stable and inwardly focused organizations, and these outfits, in turn, reinforce a feeling of contentment with the status quo.

Ryan Estis

*Ryan Estis *- Talent Management Strategist.

This is becoming the era of the Change Agent, where adaptability, creativity and risk are rewarded.

Dr. Roch Parayre

Dr. Roch Parayre - Business Strategy Consultant.

We will tend to debrief failures way more than successes under the belief that if something that was successful ,"I did everything right." Sometimes you do everything wrong but get lucky. You never find that out if you don't debrief successes as well.

Bill Rancic

Bill Rancic - Winner of the Apprentice and Successful Entrepreneur.

If I can lead a happy life, touch the lives of others in a positive way, win the respect of those that I care about - and make a few million along the way - then I have been successful.

Tim Sanders

Tim Sanders - Business Visionary & Best-Selling Author

Basically, likeability comes down to creating positive emotional experiences in others. When you make others feel good, they tend to gravitate to you.

Polly La Barre

Polly LaBarre - Inspiring Voice on Business and Innovation

The foundation of all successful collaboration is something very human - trust. More and more organizations are waking up to the power of openness and transparency. The ideology of control - controlling people, controlling information, controlling deviations from the norm - all of that stops collaboration in its tracks.

Kay Koplovitz

Kay Koplovitz - Founder Of USA Networks, Founder Of The Syfy Channel, Game Changing Entrepreneur, Business Leader

Qualities such as decisiveness and strength give way to fairness, transparency, inclusiveness and mutual respect.

Jason Jennings

Jason Jennings - Business Thought Leader and Best Selling Author.

Remember, the most common thing about common sense is how uncommon it is.