Dr. Kumar Mehta delivers inspiring and thought-provoking keynotes and presentations that get audiences to understand sustained excellence and innovation and immediately use the principles to bring about personal growth and organizational change.
Kumar has given hundreds of presentations, including keynotes in multiple countries, and has spoken at conferences, corporations, and corporate offsites. He has spoken to a diverse set of audiences ranging from middle school students to exceptional CEO’s. Every talk is customized to the audience and designed to drive action and impact.
Kumar’s half or full-day workshops on sustained excellence and innovation educate, inspire, and produce results. You are guaranteed to walk away with a deep understanding of the foundational elements of what it takes for individuals and organizations to become exceptional.
There is no single magic bullet that makes you exceptional, but there are scientific principles that you can apply to yourself or your team. You will learn them through guided exercises and be able to use them to achieve your possible best.
For more information email Kumar at firstname.lastname@example.org
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“The Genentech team was inspired by your presentation. You defined the framework and foundational elements necessary for innovation. This is crucial to the success of a sustainable culture of innovation that we hope to create at Genentech. The focus on the environment that we develop is so key and we appreciated the perspective and ideas that you put forward! Thanks you so much for coming to the event. It meant so much to all of us.”
“Dr. Mehta held an engaging discussion at the Boeing HorizonX annual all-team meeting. His insights generated deep interest amongst individuals engaged daily in reigniting the innovative spirit at Boeing and empowering employees to think entrepreneurially. His examples from his extensive research into innovation success and failures provided a credible foundation for his central themes – desperately looking for the ‘Next Big Thing’ in itself is counter-innovative.”
“Kumar’s session in NYC was stellar. The topic was spot on and his approach to the topic really spoke to me and made an important contribution to the day. This talk was one of the reasons I consider that day one of the best I’ve spent this year taking time to develop myself. “
“One of the more compelling concepts that Kumar has taught me is the “experience delta” – the difference between the current experience journey and the new one. Now I know I need to focus our innovation activity on what really impacts people’s lives. I also have access to a better way to prioritise our diverse innovation efforts – the idea with the biggest experience delta is our number one priority.”