NAMED ONE OF TRUST ACROSS AMERICA’S 2018 TOP THOUGHT LEADERS ON TRUST
Eric delivers inspiring keynotes, leads engaging case discussions, and delivers in-depth leadership development workshops. He currently teaches in executive education programs at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, Harvard, M.I.T., and the University of California, San Diego. No matter the content or venue, his goal can be summed up in three “i”s: interaction, insight, and impact. It is all about dialogue, not monologue.
Thanks so much for your presentation- it was so well received and a great start to our content. We enjoyed working with you and we are very pleased you could join us. [One CEO attendee] made a particular effort to tell me your material was exactly on point for him.
Conference organizers of one keynote presentation
Current Topics: Each can be delivered as a keynote, 90-minute seminar, or full- or half-day workshop:
You’re It! How to Lead When it Matters Most: Based on my forthcoming book (June 2019) Leadership moments come for all of us–some planned and some utterly unexpected. Will you be ready to set direction, make decisions, and inspire action when it is needed most? Eric uses the dimensions of meta-leadership developed through work with hundreds of leaders in high stakes situations to help participants develop both their leadership capacity and capability. Key ideas: meta-leadership, crisis leadership, professional development.
Leading in Turbulent Times: Coping with a VUCAST World. These are challenging times for leaders. Some refer to this as VUCA: volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. To this Eric adds two elements: System-scale change (e.g. climate change and urbanization) and ubiquitous Transparency. Eric explores the implications for leaders and offer practical guidance for making sense of and increasing impact in an uncertain world. Key ideas: leadership, resilience, cities, climate change, demographics, technology, values.
ARTful Leadership: Adaptive Capacity, Resilience, and Trust: In the age of networks, the ability to adapt and transform is paramount. Drawing up his extensive research on the extraordinary collaboration and cooperation in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings as well as the latest research on swarm intelligence, psychological safety, teaming, and trust building, Eric presents a powerful and pragmatic framework for building highly adaptive, resilient, and trustworthy organizations.
His ability to synthesize research with real world experience and present concepts in a holistic manner is unrivaled. He engages the audience in a way that galvanizes concepts so that they are easily recognized and implemented during times of crisis. Eric is an exceptional speaker, teacher and facilitator.
G. Solecki, Vice President, International Association of Emergency Managers/Canada
Eric has spoken at conferences and other events for organizations such as Accenture, the Arthur Page Society, BeDo, Clean Gulf, Coca-Cola, Columbia Business School, the Executive Council of New York, Harvard Business School Publishing, HMG Strategy, IBM, International Association of Emergency Managers (US and Canada), Marketspace, Nuance, Oil Spill Response Group, O’Reilly Media, Premier Farnell, SAS, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), UPS, Virtuoso, and others.
Eric McNulty is a rare talent: equal parts visionary, story teller, thought leader, and teacher. His views on leadership are breakthrough yet accessible to senior executives and aspiring leaders alike. But what truly sets Eric apart is his ability to communicate as a speaker. If your organization is searching for an authority on the topic of leadership, then you must bring Eric in to speak. You and your audience will be delighted with your decision.
E. Lowitt, CEO, Nexus Global Advisors