Leadership, Employee Engagement, Workplace Culture Expert
Tanveer Naseer is an internationally-acclaimed keynote speaker and award-winning leadership writer. He is also the Founder and CEO of a leadership coaching, training and consulting firm that works with executives and managers to help them develop practical leadership and team-building competencies to drive organizational growth and development. Tanveer’s work and writings have been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Inc Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Economist Executive Education Navigator, CBC Radio Daybreak, Global News, and the Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center. Tanveer Naseer is also the recipient of several awards and recognitions as one of the world’s top thinkers in the leadership sphere, including being recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership and Management Experts.
Tanveer has been very active on speaking circuit, giving keynotes and talks on leadership and empowering employees to audiences across Canada, United States, Europe, and the Middle East in a wide range of industries in both private and public sectors. His keynotes and corporate training sessions have received rave reviews from clients including Boehringer Ingelheim, Boston Children’s Hospital, Dematic, Lonza, McGill University, PMI-NJ, ERAC, Boehringer Ingelheim Canada, NAED, and the Government of Canada. He’s even given a TED talk titled “Forget Passion – Purpose is the Real Spice of Life”. His engaging and thought-provoking style and content has lead to his recognition by Inc. Magazine as one of today’s “100 Great Leadership Speakers”.
Tanveer Naseer is also the host of the popular and long-running “Leadership Biz Cafe” podcast, which Inc Magazine has described as feeling “like you’re sitting down for a cup of coffee with two leadership experts to learn about how to become that leader our employees need us to be.” On his podcast, Tanveer has discussed the challenges and opportunities leaders face with such renowned experts as Tom Peters, Guy Kawasaki, Stephen M.R. Covey, Jim Kouzes, Liz Wiseman, Doug Conant, Tim Sanders, Whitney Johnson, and many others. You can listen to his podcast on iHeartRadio, Spotify, Deezer, Audible, Pandora, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher Radio, and many other podcast platforms.
Tanveer’s book, “Leadership Vertigo” has received rave reviews and endorsements by many of today’s top leadership thinkers and practitioners. In fact Doug Conant, Chairman of Kellogg Executive Leadership Institute, has praised Tanveer’s book as offering “practical and effective tools for avoiding self-deception and empowering those we seek to lead.” Visit the book page to learn where you can get a copy of his book either in bookstores and via online book retailers.
Tanveer Naseer is a graduate of McGill University’s Department of Medicine where he obtained his Master of Science degree in Pathology. He also earned with distinction a certificate from Case Western Reserve University on Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence. Tanveer currently lives in Montreal, Canada with his wife and their three daughters.
In this presentation, Tanveer Naseer examines what makes for a successful training program and uses that framework to help attendees understand how to facilitate a continuous learning environment in their organization. Insights audience members take away from this presentation include:
- What studies have shown to be the fuel that drives our internal motivation drives and how this impacts our ability to learn and grow.
- How to improve learning and adaptation by avoiding the 5 motivation don’ts and implementing the 5 motivation do’s.
- 5 critical steps leaders need to incorporate into any continuous talent improvement program to ensure success and overall growth within their organization.
- How to effectively address conflicts that adversely impact employee morale in order to sustain and build overall productivity.
In this presentation, Tanveer Naseer discusses the three core psychological needs studies have shown we all have, and how they can help us to not only prevent the spread of workplace zombies, but also how we can tap into these core psychological needs to create employees who care. Using a combination of the latest findings in neuroscience and psychology, along with storytelling and audience participation exercises, audience members come away with a better appreciation for not only how they can stop the spread of employees who simply check their brains at the door, but also how they can encourage their teammates to commit their discretionary effort to their shared purpose.
In this presentation, Tanveer Naseer reveals that charisma is not about charm, but about the ability to inspire and motivate those under your leadership to commit to a shared purpose by building powerful and effective communication skills. Over the course of this keynote, he addresses:
- The common traits shared by charismatic leaders and how audience members can learn to tap into their native charisma.
- What it takes to communicate better with those under your leadership in order to create a workplace environment that challenges others to learn and grow within the organization.
- The four “Charismatic Leadership Tactics” and the two words charismatic leaders use to drive success in their organizations.
In this presentation, Tanveer discusses how the four Leadership Principles shared in his first leadership book, “Leadership Vertigo” can help leaders to tap into the native talents, creativity, and experiences of their employees in order to promote organizational adaptability and growth in the years to come.
Over the course of this talk, Tanveer looks at:
- How leaders can foster a sense of community in their organization to encourage employee engagement and accountability.
- How leaders can develop their emotional competence to build and strengthen relationships to drive organizational success.
- What leaders can do to increase self-awareness in their leadership in order to better respond to their organization’s needs.
- How tapping into our innate sense of compassion can drive innovation and success.
Over the past few decades, there’s been an exponential rise in the number of books and studies on leadership and what we need to do to ensure organizational success in today’s increasingly complex and interconnected global market. And yet, we continue to see year after year research that shows employee engagement and morale levels plateauing on the low end of the scale. Why is this? Why are we unable to move the needle and create the kind of working conditions that not only allow our employees to succeed, but thrive under our leadership? What these findings reveal is that leaders often can’t see the gap that exists between what they want their leadership to represent and how others actually experience their leadership. Many of us are experiencing a common perceptual problem where our brain sends us false signals assuring us that everything is okay when it is not. We call this phenomenon Leadership Vertigo. Leadership Vertigo: Why We All Go Off Course and How We Can Get Back on Track will help you to understand how you can counter these bouts of self-deception by employing four Leadership Landmarks, Community, Competence, Credibility, and Compassion, to get your team back on course.
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