George Nagle Headshot
Report a problem with this profile
[email protected]

George Nagle      

Author of "The Five Letter F Word," Productivity Coach & Consultant, & Former Global Marketing Director

George Nagle is an author, productivity coach & consultant, and former global executive. Having worked in over 24 different industries, he brings that extensive experience to audiences worldwide using a unique approach to different sustainable Breakthrough Thinking™. Nagle authentically shares a toolbox that anyone can use to deliver performing innovation quickly. Nagle delivers a series of keynotes, masterclasses on creative ideation, and workshops on sustainable innovation, using unique tools to help everyone grasp fun, exciting and tangible outcomes.

In addition to founding The Ideation Emporium of Creativity™, he is the author of the Breakthrough Thinking™ series for business and life. The series includes “The Five Letter F Word™,” “Miserable At Work? Why? You Don’t Have To Be™,” and “How Are Kids Innovating Faster Than You?™.” Nagle also wrote a fictional spy series, “The Life We Lead: Ascending, Trials, and Sacrifice.” The last two of this series are in the works! Nagle feels lucky to be a single foster and adoptive parent to multiple amazing boys. He actively mentors youth in the foster system. He is also a master instructor in taekwondo and a volunteer coach with local youth sports.

Nagle has a black and multiple green belts in different academically accredited innovation processes such as Innovation and Growth Systems, Green Belt for Growth, and Value Innovations. He is a certified online instructor in the FORTH method as well. Nagle also holds a Master of Science in Biology and an MBA in Marketing and Management from Duquesne University. He graduated with honors from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

Speech Topics

Unleash Creativity To Increase Productivity

This discussion walks through understanding how being unfocused is a form of fear that needs to be recognized and conquered with purposeful actions. To make that easier, intentional fun is used to break down resistance to change. That breakdown allows people to be more open with each other and communicate about others' interests. Finally, when people are having fun and engaging in communication, they are present in the now to find an eagerness with customers to deliver value.

Achieve True Innovation in 8 Months

This discussion walks through how we humans need to embrace less is more with a grounding on the power of 3. George then discuss how to utilize Voice of Customer by bringing customers into the ensemble and making them aware of changes before the internal team. With this focus on external requirements before internal ones, we cut out the busy work to stay productive in a shorter amount of time, avoiding burnout. That productivity allows for time to become your ally while a foe to everyone else.

Communicate Strategy To Engage Your Culture

This discussion breaks down the difference between what we think we communicate and what people receive. We need to understand the 5 C’s of communication and the seven influences on our subconscious bias to unlock that perception difference. Utilizing the tool called the power of 3 and 5, we understand the when what and how of communicating the strategy on a personal level. Finally, we get to see how this drives faster innovation that forces the strategy to be a living document that needs to keep up with an aligned, focused company.

Happiness At Work Is Possible

This discussion walks through how happiness at work is possible. There is an examination of what really makes people happy and how we can relate to each other in a more meaningful way. We explore how our brains determine value and understanding. Once we have that fundamental comprehension, people can execute on ideas everyone can contribute to and want to work on.

The Five Letter F Word

This discussion is all about focus. We bring out why we get so distracted, how counter-productive it is to have a lot of things to do, and a useful way to remove the busy work. Finally, having a natural perspective of having every person we interact with as a customer brings a richer experience that allows for value.

Related Speakers View all

More like George