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Top 5 Motivational Speakers to Inspire your Team

A great addition to any corporate event, presentations or speeches by motivational speakers boosts your employees' morale and productivity. Here are some of the most popular motivational speakers you can book for your next corporate event.

Gaur Gopal Das: An international Life Coach, monk, lifestyle and motivational strategist, he is a former engineer who moved on to spiritual pursuits. He is an active member of the ISKCON community and also serves in the leadership at the Chowpatty branch. He has also held talks at several leading events as well as at many corporate organizations.

Gaur Gopal Das

Chetan Bhagat: One of India's most popular authors, he is also a columnist for leading English newspapers. He has spoken at over 100 corporate organizations, educational institutions and government organizations across several cities worldwide. With an IIT-IIM background, he is an expert in sharing personal insights into leadership, team building, finding your passion and more.

Chetan Bhagat

Jonty Rhodes: The former South African cricket sensation is considered one of the greatest fielders of all time. His expertise on the cricket ground helps him speak powerfully abouut topics like teamwork, focus, perseverance and helps motivate his audience into achieving their goals and constantly aiming higher.

Jonty Rhodes

Harsha Bhogle: Leading cricket commentator and author, Harsha Bhogle is also known as the Voice of Indian Cricket. His talks deliver deep insights into the business side of cricket, psychology of players, the importance of leadership, teamwork, setting goals and gives great lessons to the corporate audience from the world of sports.

Harsha Bhogle

Shiv Khera: One of India's leading author of self-help books, Shiv Khera discusses the importance of positive thinking and inspires corporate audience to develop a challenging attitude and achieve success. He also focuses on the importance of self-esteem and the need for constantly adding new skills to build up one's expertise.

Shiv Khera


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