Gary Bradt Change and Leadership Speaker

Informed by science, Shaped by experience, Delivered with heart

About Dr. Gary Bradt

Gary Bradt (rhymes with hot) is a change and leadership thought leader. He has delivered over 300 keynotes and helped hundreds of companies learn practical skills to adapt to change faster and better. Combining humor and wisdom with the latest research from positive psychology, he teaches individuals and leaders to become resilient in the face of change. Gary got his start giving over 100 talks as the leading speaker for Spencer Johnson’s groundbreaking work Who Moved My Cheese.

Why Choose Gary?

As a clinical psychologist, business owner, author, and keynote speaker, Gary provides one-of-a-kind keynotes that combine science and heart with practical takeaways.

“Gary Bradt is an inspiring speaker that keeps you on the on the edge of your seat. Be prepared to laugh, cry, dream and embrace change as Gary shows you its golden opportunity." — ​Debbie Tucker, Human Resources Business Partner, Bayer

Customized Keynote on Change and Leadership

Is your company undergoing significant change? Are you dealing with a merger, new technologies, government regulations, or reorganization? Gary will dive deep to learn your company’s issues and customize his keynote to teach you the latest tools from positive psychology so you can remain resilient and thrive in the face of change.

For Gary, no two clients are the same. Depending on your needs, you could learn how to:

  • Manage yourself before you lead others
  • Get everyone on board with a change
  • Inspire change leadership at all levels
  • Enhance engagement and well-being in changing environments
  • Use values to drive principled change
“Gary did an outstanding job. A ten on a scale of ten." — ​Guardian Life Insurance Company


For booking or more information email Donna Buttice: donna@platinumspeakersagency.com or call 630.330.7533

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