Mel Robbins

Mel Robbins - Motivation Strategies Leadership Communication  speaker


About Mel Robbins - Award-Winning CNN Commentator, Co-Founder of Inspire52, and Motivational Speaker:

Mel Robbins is a powerful motivational speaker who is trusted by global brands to design and deliver multi-media, interactive keynotes that inspire change, challenge thinking and accelerate personal and business growth. Mel is best known for creating “The 5 Second Rule” and Her TEDx Talk on "How To Stop Screwing Yourself Over" which has over 3 million views, Her book on the brain and productivity, Stop Saying You’re Fine, is a business bestseller that has been translated into four languages. 

She started her career as a criminal defense attorney and went on to launch and sell a retail and internet technology company. Mel has led multi-year coaching programs at: Johnson&Johnson, AG Edwards, Bear Stearns and Partners Healthcare. The media has tapped Mel to host award-winning shows for FOX, A&E, Cox Media Group and now CNN. Mel is currently one of CNN’s most popular on-air commentators and opinion writers; her articles on human behavior drive tens of millions of page views for Mel has an extensive television résumé as an expert on human behavior and motivation for Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, Oprah, The Today Show and Fox News. She was named America's Outstanding News Talkshow Host at the 2014 Gracie Awards. 

Mel is a speaker, TV personality and coach with the credibility and experience to deliver the goods for audiences of all shapes and sizes: men and women; small to massive; technical sales training to innovation summits. She will work with you to design an unforgettable, high energy and motivating event that reinforces brand and sponsor objectives, delivers fresh, actionable content and engages and entertains your attendees with music, original videos and interactive leadership exercises. 

Mel is a Dartmouth College and Boston College Law School graduate and a serial entrepreneur that’s on a mission to help us all thrive at work and in life.   She and her husband of twenty years have three young kids and live outside of Boston.

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What Mel Robbins Talks About:

The 5 Second Rule – Achieve Break Through Performance In Your Career & Life
Three million people have learned the secret to reaching their true potential -now it’s your turn. You are meant to do extraordinary things in your career and your life and the 5 Second Rule will help you achieve it. In her viral, globally praised TEDx talk, Mel demystifies neuroscience research on the brain and the latest social science research to explain why and how you screw yourself over every day. You’ll learn how to identify the mistakes you’re making and learn how to create lasting behavior change within yourself. You’ll also discover one radical idea that will forever alter how you approach life. Mel uses riveting videos, case studies and hilarious personal stories that will amaze and entertain you, all the while giving you the resources you need to soar. She leverages audience participation to demonstrate behavior change. The lessons and tools can be applied immediately and your audience will leave feeling deeply inspired, empowered and equipped to tackle their professional and personal dreams. Learning Objectives: 

  • Be inspired and motivated to reach your true potential. 
  • Discover the two modes in which your brain operates. 
  • Learn the three ways your brain uses “trickery” to stop action. 
  • Practice the higher brain function that enables breakthrough performance. Witness Mel turn fear into action. 
  • Learn To Use the 5 Second Rule To Alter How You Approach Life. 
FROM SUCCESSFUL TO SATISFIED – How To Become The Leader You Want To Be 
Leaders at every level have to deal with a sobering reality: the world has changed more in the last five years than in the last fifty. What worked in the past, will often fail with customers and colleagues today and you must achieve more with less time, less resources and higher stakes. Plus, the more successful you become, the harder it is to change. In this motivational experience, Mel will explain how rapid change has impacted your role as a leader and guide your audience through the process of identifying key areas and opportunities to raise their professional game. Mel utilizes social science research, peer-to-peer coaching exercises, audience interaction and captivating videos to teach your audience what it takes to move from being merely successful to being deeply satisfied with work, life and the impact you make in the world. You’ll leave this motivational experience with key objectives for professional and personal growth, and the knowledge and inspiration to become the leader you want to be. Learning Objectives: 

  •  Identify key areas to raise your leadership game. 
  •  Practice peer-to-peer coaching. 
  •  Discover the three traps every leader faces.
  •  Examine the true power of feedback. 
  •  Learn the secret to driving engagement and satisfaction with your team. 
  • Takeaway the action steps necessary to create lasting behavior change. 

INFLUENCE – The New Rules Of Coaching High Performance Teams 
What does the rise of the “selfie” have to do with developing and managing teams? A lot. The world has changed profoundly and so has the psyche of your teams. To be an effective leader, you have to master and understand the powerful new drivers of human behavior. Armed with the most recent research in the field of human behavior and technological advancements, Mel will explain how the “democratization of information” has changed the rules of influence. She’ll guide your audience through these new rules to help them become more effective leaders. Mel will leverage your audience to demonstrate coaching exercises and breakthroughs, live. She’ll use videos and breaking news as a device to teach leaders how to use coaching to increase employee engagement, performance and satisfaction. Your audience will leave this experience excited to hit the ground running and empowered to be a better coach and more effective leader of their teams. Learning Objectives:       

  • Explore The Difference Between Being the MVP and the Coach. 
  • Learn the new rules of influence. 
  • Introduce 3 Behaviors Every Manager Must Eliminate. 
  • The Importance Of “what” not “how”. 
  • Discover the power of “being a fan”. ? Practice peer-to-peer coaching exercises. 

HOW WOMEN LEAD – The Exciting New Science Behind Women, Success and Work 
Women may outnumber men in college, graduate schools and the workforce, but we continue to make critical mistakes that hamper our success in business. Companies across the world recognize the need to empower women leaders, but will we seize the opportunity and be able to change? Armed with surprising new research, original videos and tactical advice, Mel Robbins will teach women executives what they need to know to raise their hand and participate, raise their voice and be heard, and raise their professional game and be rewarded. Yes, bias is real, but the greatest forces stopping women today are often self-imposed. This enlightening and highly interactive speech will help women raise their professional games and compete for their dreams. Learning Objectives: 

  • Demonstrate how to adopt a “Contender Mindset.” 
  • Explore Visible vs. Invisible Work. 
  • Introduce the 3 Essential Questions Women Leaders Must Ask. 
  • Illustrate the Importance of Half-baked Ideas, Failure and Imperfection.
  • Discover the power of “being a fan.” 
  • Learn the New Principles of Success.

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It was so great meeting Mel and getting to work with her on our Corporate Leadership Group Summit. Her high energy presentation really brought our theme of leadership in action to life. Along with valuable insight, she provided attendees with realistic takeaways.

Jen Warne, Senior Vice President, Head of Enterprise Talent and HR for Corporate Businesses; Lincoln Financial Group

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