The 3 Key Breakthroughs in Team Building
Over the last 10 years, Christopher has interviewed 500 of some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world. They include pioneers like Atari and Chuck E. Cheese's founder Nolan Bushnell, MySpace co-founder Chris DeWolfe, and Tesla Motors and SpaceX founder Elon Musk. He found that they all understood how to build breakthrough teams to have breakout results.
Couple these findings with Christopher's own battle-tested strategies over the last 20 years, where he has led employee networks at American Express, consulted with clients that have had 1,000s of employees across 10 states, or with his own clients that are in 100 cities, 24 countries, and 5 continents -- he has found 3 key universal breakthroughs that allow teams across departments, divisions, and duties to be work better together when they understand and apply these 3 key breakthroughs in team building. Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, and Jeff Bezos have all used these 3 key breakthroughs to create global powerhouse businesses.
Communication is King: The Secrets of Persuasion
In 1996, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates wrote an essay entitled "Content is King." In the 21st century "content is king" is an outdated statement as a 5-year-old in kindergarten can learn everything about Bill Gates by simply googling him. Content is no longer king. Communication is King. When you effectively communicate, you unlock the secrets of persuasion so you can waste less time in meetings, write better emails, be less stressed, have more clarity, and effortlessly connect better with your employees, clients, investors and donors. Christopher Kai has battle-tested his strategies over the last 20 years with clients like Google, American Express, and Bank of America where he summarizes his findings into 3 strategies based on the science of persuasion, strategic storytelling, and 4 happy chemicals.
The Silent Closer: Listening is the New Sales Disruptor
Sales isn’t about selling. The disruption is in asking intentional questions and listening for specific cues from your prospective clients. Christopher Kai masterfully weaves together an entire keynote presentation around one word that originated in a foreign country 1,000s of years ago. When audience members see it on the big screen without fail everyone takes a photo with their smartphones. This one word beautifully and profoundly summarizes the 5 key elements of listening that will exponentially increase your close rate with clients. This type of listening is also used by FBI hostage negotiators.
10X Your Sales with “Tent-Pole” Stories
Stories aren’t just for Hollywood blockbuster movies or Pulitzer prize-winning novels. As featured in Forbes, Christopher dives into the science of storytelling and shares 7 simple strategies on how you can share what he calls “tent-pole” stories in every call, conversation, or conference so you can dramatically increase your sales, effortlessly develop lasting clients, actually have fun in the sales process, and be inspired and inspiring with a growing roster of new clients. [Ideal for sales and customer service teams.]
Why Book Christopher Kai?
Christopher Kai is an entrepreneur, global speaker, founder of the Gifted Professional Speaker (GPS) Program and an Amazon #1 bestselling author of “Big Game Hunting: Networking with Billionaires, Executives and Celebrities.” He has given over 1,000 presentations to a global audience from 30 countries. His audiences include Fortune 500 companies like Google, New York Life and American Express. He has been featured on Forbes, ABC News, Fast Company, Huffington Post and Inc. Magazine has referred to him as “the billionaire networker.” Christopher Kai also created Mondays at the Mission, the only homeless youth program of its kind in the world where its participants like Elon Musk have been profiled on over 100 publications like: CNN, People, The Ellen Who, Forbes, and Oprah. He is a former business strategist at American Express. Featured in Forbes, his new Gifted Professional Speaker online program helps entrepreneurs become what he calls next level networkers. When you position yourself as a speaker you have the best opportunity to find more leads, clients, investors, business partners, and referrals at networking events.