Keynote Speaker, Team Culture & Leadership Thought Leader
Galen is an international speaker who works with teams to create a profound shift in how teams and leaders communicate and show up in business. His unique, interactive keynotes and programs teach organizations how to apply the improv concept of “Yes, And” to drive an exceptional team culture of high-level performance and engagement.
An expert in business leadership, Galen is also a world-class improviser, having taught and performed for many years including with the cast from Whose Line Is It Anyway? Experience why many Fortune 500 companies and conferences bring him back again and again.
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Along with his world class keynotes, Galen also works directly with teams and organizations. He permanently transforms the way teams and leaders show up, communicate, and perform together in business. Creating a “Yes, And” culture of cohesive, highly-engaged awesomeness.
Our Yes, And Galen episodes are a fun behind the scenes glimpse into Galen and his work with teams and organizations. These document Galen's travels and speaking events with clips from keynotes, and include him waxing about leadership, team culture, and anything else we deem as fun, fast, and valuable. Enjoy!
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The #SHIFTYESTRIBE is Alive & kicking.
A new focus every month that your team can adopt to create exceptional team culture & skyrocket leadership. We provide the content, you provide the team. Boom. We launched the #shiftyestribe to add value to teams and organizations that Galen works with, then decided to give it away for free (because we’re rad like that). Learn more here and get your team signed up.
Our most popular blog posts:
We’ve all heard stories from great people who quit their jobs due to a toxic co-worker or leader who made their job unbearable. The longer you hold onto bad employees, the more damage they silently wreak on your business.
The most critical mistake an organization can make is to overlook the importance of culture and simply leave it up to chance. Culture is less visible on the surface than things like sales numbers, which makes it easy to slip down the ladder of priority.
While it seems cost effective to apply this profit-first mentality of low-as-possible wages, it ultimately cripples employee performance, engagement, and damages your bottom line. So how do we navigate this peculiar quandary?