"You are either changing and adapting or you are falling behind."
Gary Bradt is a business motivational speaker, personal development coach, and writer who helps leaders turn change into opportunity. He is a clinical psychologist, father, business owner, and entrepreneur.
When Gary’s first child was born with a life-threatening heart condition, it forced him to learn to adapt to difficult and unwanted change. He has since gone on to dedicate his career to helping others adapt to change in their lives too, both at work and at home.
Gary, a clinical psychologist, got his start as a leadership speaker on change when Dr. Spencer Johnson chose him to be the leading speaker worldwide for Johnson's phenomenal best seller Who Moved My Cheese?
Four years and over one hundred presentations later, Gary realized the fundamental question was not whether to change, but how. For the two decades since, he has dedicated his career to helping clients answer that question.
“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. Gary provides you with practical tools that you continue to use professionally and personally. I never imagined that a 1 hour seminar would change my entire life perspective in such a positive way.”
- Debbie Tucker, Human Resources Business Partner, Bayer
Read Gary's acclaimed work on change, innovation, and growth.
"Change isn't a part of life. Change is life."
We have used Gary for leadership kick off meetings in consecutive years. He was an overwhelming influence the first year, and we brought him back for a 2nd time. Gary's message resonates today throughout the organization.
His ten points are referred to often, and the one most often referred to is - "Get Comfortable being Uncomfortable".
He does an outstanding job preparing for his presentation and really learns your organization prior to delivering his presentation. He will always be in my top five presenters list!
- Tom Collingsworth, VP of Human Resources & Safety, New Penn