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With 18 years as a trial attorney building a multi-million dollar enterprise and 10 years as the CEO of a leading personal development and business training company, Adam has much to share about resilience, culture and change. Yet, some of his most enduring lessons came from his years as an ocean rst responder - a life and death environment where Adam learned the importance of cultivating high performance capacity and impeccable teamwork.
About Adam Markel
In his latest bestselling book, Change Proof, Adam shows how those principles of resilience are equally relevant today for any business that wants to move beyond managing change to actively embracing it and using times of uncertainty, crisis, and chaos to create opportunities and stimulate individual and team growth.
As one of Hungton Post’s top speakers to see and the #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Pivot, Adam’s messages
have inspired tens of thousands worldwide. His keynotes, corporate workshops, and business coaching integrate practical
business strategies, personal development insights and a unique delivery style to create a high-energy and impactful
Adam is currently the CEO of the More Love Media Group, a TEDx speaker and influencer, and host of The Change Proof
Podcast, facilitating insightful discussions with business leaders and social innovators and sharing strategies to fully
embrace an uncertain world and build Change Proof organisations.
To book Adam, contact The Speakers Agency on +44(0)1332 810481 or email email@example.com.
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