Carey's leadership podcast has been a great source of learning, so we were sure he would be able to deliver a breakthrough message for our Workmatters Conference. Carey delivered 100 percent! We enjoyed every minute of getting to know him, collaborating on the message and working together to deliver a great conference in the most challenging time we have seen. Carey's message was on point for our theme, impactful and what our audience needs right now. We would definitely work with him again. -
Carey Nieuwhof is a best-selling author, leadership expert, attorney, and non-profit leader. As the host of the top-rated Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast and curator of one of the most widely-read leadership blogs, Carey is uniquely positioned to deliver actionable keynotes for conferences.
With over 30 million downloads, the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership podcast ranks in the top .1% of podcasts in the world and Carey's other leadership content is accessed millions of times a year. His teachings in leadership are heavily focused on burnout, becoming a healthy leader, eliminating toxic culture, future trends, and personal growth.
In his keynotes, Carey explores the challenges and provides solutions for leaders at all levels of an organization. He holds degrees in law, theology, and history. His best-selling book, At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor, is designed to help every leader escape stress and begin living at a sustainable pace and has been profiled by Forbes, Fast Company, and Business Insider. His work has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Business Insider, and on EntreLeadership.
Carey and his wife Toni live north of Toronto, Ontario, and have two grown sons.
Featured Keynote Programs
7 Success Killers Even Top Leaders Miss
It's rarely issues of skill, talent or ability that take down leaders and entrepreneurs. Often, it's the soft issues—things like cynicism, compromise, pride, burnout, disconnectedness, emptiness, and even irrelevance can sideline even the best leaders. The question is; can you see issues like this coming? Fortunately, you can. In this session, Carey Nieuwhof explores how cynicism and other challenges emerge and he walks through the steps you need to take to find a way through to a powerful and more vibrant future.
Fighting Your Inner Cynic
Nobody sets out at 18 to be cynical, jaded and disillusioned by age 35, but it happens all the time. Cynicism is almost an epidemic these days. Is it just inevitable that you grow cynical? Fortunately, it’s not. Once a cynic, not always a cynic. There is an antidote and some practical steps you can take to reclaim your optimism.
At Your Best
Getting Time, Energy and Priorities Working in Your Favour
Life has never felt busier, and the demands on people’s time have never been greater. Most leaders struggle with how to get it all done, and everyone pays a price: your company, your family, and you. In this talk, Carey shows you a proven method that’s helped thousands of leaders get time, energy and priorities working for them, not against them so they can get their life and leadership back.
Leading Change Without Losing It
Every leader at some level leads change. And change almost always elicits opposition. So how do you navigate change without giving up your dream for what could and should be, or without blowing your organization apart? In this talk, Carey leads you through five principles that have helped hundreds of organizations lead change without losing it.
Carey is like the wise uncle you wish you had to not only lift you up but to challenge you to think and act in ways that make you and everyone around you stronger, smarter and safer.
Carey has a life-changing message for leaders that he communicates in an authentic way while personally engaging with all those around him.
We loved having Carey with us at Exponential and glad that he is part of the Exponential family!
Carey is a charismatic, captivating, and charming keynote speaker, who had a stellar debut appearance at SXSW 19. He filled the room with his energy and passion for helping people, with whatever they might be facing, and it was clear that Carey truly cared about the message he delivered. Carey was a pleasure to work with and to see on stage, and delighted the conference attendees, who surrounded him with questions and personal stories after his session