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ASQ Quality 4.0 Virtual Summit

September 28 – 30, 2020  |  Virtual Event

Mike-Lipkin
President, Environics/Lipkin

Wednesday, September 30, 9:00 AM CDT - 10:00 AM CDT

Use Your Superpowers to Lead the Recovery 
In this informative and inspiring keynote, Mike Lipkin will empower you to deliver the ultimate value proposition: creating breakthroughs with others in a post-COVID reality. He will guide you through the ten key forces shaping the immediate future and coach you on how to develop your three superpowers for success: Certainty, Charisma and Conditioning. Mike is a renowned high-performance coach who has worked with over a million people in 43 countries. He is also the author of seven bestselling books and the president of Environics/Lipkin, a leading research and motivation company based in Toronto, Canada. In line with his philosophy that life is theatre with consequences, Mike will entertain you while he educates you. 

Mike Lipkin is president of Environics/Lipkin, a global research and motivation company based in Toronto. He is also an international strategic coach, facilitator and catalyst for high performance. Mike combines his learning from talking to a million people in forty-three countries with the insights from the Environics Social Values research to offer clients the best of all worlds: a powerful blend of ideas and principles that help them achieve remarkable results.

Mike was raised in South Africa and graduated from the University of Johannesburg with a Bachelor of Commerce. He began his career with Colgate Palmolive as a brand manager. Mike then migrated to the advertising industry where he held senior account management positions at both Grey Advertising and Ogilvy & Mather.

He founded Environics/Lipkin in 2001. He has written nine bestselling books on personal leadership and effectiveness. He is renowned for his ability to blend humor with content that inspires people into action.

Mike’s clients include Deloitte, BMW, GE, P&G, Unilever, DHL, Wells Fargo, Pfizer, The Royal Bank of Canada and Tiffany’s.