- The two-stage process of musical creation and performance
- The joy of communication, and the achievement of success
- The juxtaposition of teamwork and leadership
- If the budget permits a live, local 12-piece orchestra
- Benefitting from our Reciprocal, Cultural Influences
- Lighting the Creative Flame: Invention … Thought … Innovation … Action
Boris Brott, Artistic director symphony, opera conductor, and a motivational Speaker… Boris’s unique interactive presentations are shaped for each client’s message, and essentially cover three areas: teamwork, creativity, and leadership.
Thousands of people in corporate audiences throughout the world have heard Boris Brott’s interactive presentations–he draws comparisons between business organizations and symphony orchestras.
Both have common goals, each must perform in harmony to achieve those goals, and each strives for perfection.
Quite often, both attempt to be innovative and creative. And, at the same time, both have soloists, or “star performers” worthy of applause.
To draw this out, Boris paints analogies between performance in an orchestra and performance in business. At the same time, through customized scripting, he presents four key elements that show what he can do for a corporate audience.
His process and the result brings an audience to their feet.
He will inform … inspire … and invigorate.
“The audience response has been off the charts positive, and we thank you for your contribution through a tremendously powerful presentation.
The content in your performance clearly demonstrates your research into our company and industry, and your absolute grasp of our company vision. The following comment truly captures the sentiment shared by all … ‘Boris Brott was phenomenal. Well worth attending!’”
“You really made the event come alive by allowing our sales teams to participate in making beautiful music together. This is an experience our teams will not soon forget.”
“Your interesting comparison of Marriott to a symphony orchestra was refreshing, and certainly started off our meeting on an upbeat note.”
“You imparted useful information that our associates are able to digest and apply to their work at Capitol One. More importantly, you left my team feeling energized and renewed.”
“I want to personally thank you …You took the message of the meeting and intertwined it perfectly into your closing presentation. The feedback we are now receiving also confirms how my leaders felt about your performance.”
Morgan Stanley (2)
Int’l Securities & Exchange Commission
BP Public Service: Canada