The presentation’s theme and content is
based on fifteen years worth of research into the common denominators shared
by the world’s most successful people. This lecture will reveal the
traits that separate world leaders from the second place finishers.
Key themes of the presentation include:
• A review of how incremental
advantages have changed the course of history; including how they could
have influenced the first-ever televised presidential debate which aired
on September 26, 1960.
David Wanetick is a Managing Director at IncreMental
Advantage, a research boutique based in Princeton, NJ. Additionally,
David is the author of three books that have achieved world-wide acclaim,
the most recent of which is The Power of Incremental Advantage: How
Incremental Improvements Produce Dramatically Disproportionate Results.
He has been a guest on CNBC, Bloomberg and CNNfn and has been quoted in
the Wall Street Journal, Barrons, Investor’s Business Daily, Boards &
Directors, and many other newspapers, blogs and magazines throughout the
United States. He speaks about issues of Leadership, Strategic Planning,
Financial Modeling, Negotiations, and IP Valuation before many organizations
and corporations. He has lectured all over the United States as well
as in Canada, Singapore, Kuwait, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Israel.
• A discussion of specific steps to take
to achieve incremental advantages such as:
o Reinforcing your strengths /
delegating your weaknesses
o Time management techniques
o Motivation techniques
o Handling setbacks
o Hiring for success
o Empowering your team
o The necessity of taking action even
when in doubt
o The power of momentum
o Importance of persistence
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