Keynote Speaking

Corporate Culture Speaker

Lisa Jackson, Keynote Speaker for workplace culture

“Corporate culture is dead. But entrepreneurial culture — agile, passionate, mission-driven — has never been more important.”

—Lisa Jackson

Workplace Revolution: The New Reality.

Can your organizational culture deliver?

  • 88% of corporate leaders say that “building the workplace of the future” is a top concern; only 11 percent believe they understand how to do it.  -Deloitte Human Capital Report, 2017.
  • In a few years, the Millennial generation will be the largest group of employees in the world – bringing vastly different expectations and aspirations to the workplace.
  • Can your organizational culture manage virtual teamwork, foster inclusivity and transparency, and drive efficiency and high performance?
  • Accelerating change and competition will alter competitive advantage in every industry.

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Competitive advantage to attract and retain employees and customers requires healthy organizational culture and continuous innovation.

We had a lot of interest from organizational culture speakers for our biennial Human Resources Association conference this year. We went through a tough vetting process, with specific interest focused on our Keynote Speaker. Lisa’s presentation proposal was one of the best we have received, especially due to her unique way of presenting, using a game as a learning tool! We thought this Keynote was innovative and a great way to engage with our members at the conference. She did not disappoint! By using My Change Game as a presentation tool, she was able to introduce great points for discussion while simultaneously allowing our conference attendees to participate with each other.
Amanda EricsonAmanda EricsonPresident, NCHRA

Work Revolution: Speaking Topics

All topics can be tailored for a 90-minute keynote or ½ day workshop format.
The Agile Culture
Agile Leadership for the Modern Culture
Sticky Cultures
My Change Game
YOUR Topic
Jenni CohenHusch Blackwell Sanders
In 2 hours, we got more practical tips than I got in 2 days of a team building workshop. Lisa gets to the crux of the matter quickly and showed us how to harness the positive aspects of our culture to make practical changes right away.
Deborah KellerQlarant
Lisa’s keynote message on agile culture was both practical and engaging. She was asked to position her remarks at the 25,000 foot level and to serve as a lead in for a trio of our leaders to present how Agile will fit within our company culture. She tailored her talk perfectly and her passion totally connected with our employees. I could not have asked for a better kick off to our leadership conference than Lisa!

How I'm Different

  • Any keynote speaker brings dynamism, confidence, and a powerful personal message. What differentiates me is what my grandmother used to call “being a bold servant.” I believe my soul was put on this Earth to inspire people to reach higher, beyond old ways of thinking and acting.
  • I tailor all of my presentations – we will collaborate to select the right message and format for your organization.
  • I listen carefully to create a unique and powerful experience for your audience. I want people to take meaningful action and champion positive changes as a result of my message.
  • I give more value than you expect and am easy to work with.
  • I’ve been doing organizational culture change work for 20 years. I bring stories and real-world perspectives from the corporate world with the personality of a keynote speaker.
  • I come from humble roots; I live the values I teach.
  • I make serious stuff entertaining and digestible, in a way people can hear and enjoy.
Lisa Jackson, Corporate Culture Pros
Lisa brought a terrific level of collaboration to her engagement with us. She worked with our internal team to design and develop an all-day learning session which helped our high-potential executives understand both the business case for organizational culture and tactics for better driving our company’s mission, vision and values.
Rob HorganDirector Executive Development, MGM Resorts University