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Benjamin Zander is the brilliant and acclaimed British-born conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. Bringing his insights as the conductor of a major symphony orchestra to leaders involved in transformation and change, Benjamin Zander has become a much sought-after speaker to major organizations all over the world including Shell, IBM, Arthur Andersen, KPMG, Sprint, NASA and the US Army.
Ben Zander's keynote programs bring his passion for greatness to audiences in a way that transforms them. Audience members leave his presentations with a compelling new understanding of leadership, teamwork and the keys to their own happiness and improved performance. Using music as both a metaphor and a medium, Zander's presentations are a high-energy tour de force. Ben Zander paces the stage . . . walks through the audience . . . cajoles, teases, chides. . . plays piano . . .and rouses audience members to belt out joyous harmonies.
Benjamin Zander's many awards and honors include an Emmy nomination for conducting A New World of Music and his receipt of the Crystal Award at the 1999 World Economic Forum in Davos in recognition of his contribution through culture and the arts to global understanding and peace. He is author, along with his psychotherapist Rosamund Stone, of The Art of Possibility, published by Harvard Business School Press. Mr. Zander is the subject of a full length BBC documentary which has been aired world-wide, was featured on CBS's 60 Minutes and is the subject of Fast Company articles.
- The Art of Possibility
- Orchestrating Your Executive Team
- Living Life on One Buttock