Inspiring employees to be more innovative and agile isn’t easy.

Lots of employees unfortunately don’t take initiatives and don’t have a lot of new ideas. They might perform well their tasks, but being finding new approaches and solutions is something else. Rare are the ones  who change by themselves and fight for a creative culture in the company.

Empowering them with a new perspective on a subject is crucial, but a good Keynote should also engage them in a playful and instructive way. The key is to inspire them and drive them to action with concrete tools. This isn’t easy.

Inspiring employees to be more innovative and agile isn’t easy.

Lots of employees don’t take initiatives and don’t have a lot of new ideas. Rare are the ones  who change by themselves and fight for a creative culture in the company.

Empowering them with a new perspective on problem-solving is crucial, but a good Keynote should also engage them in a playful and instructive way. The key is to inspire them and drive them to action with concrete tools.

Discover Butzi's Keynotes

Those Keynotes were designed to speak directly to people in the room about what they can do to unleash their creative potential on a daily basis.
Butzi doesn’t give endless details about economics or societal changes, he talks with humour, shares colorful stories and uses of course his magician’s skills, putting himself in your shoes.

  • Practical Tools and Applicable How-to Takes-aways

  • Powerful messages designed for your company to thrive

  • Magic as an original communication tool to pass on messages
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Butzi’s speaking topics
These are the topics Butzi talks about in his Keynotes and Workshops to trigger innovation, create a bulletproof innovative culture and bring your company to the next level.
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Reconnect with Your Natural Creative Powers

We are all creative but we lost it over time with education, school, and society. Butzi will give you concrete tips on how to reconnect with our natural creative powers and embrace divergence.

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How to Apprehend change Through Creativity

Change is uncomfortable and we all know it. That is why Butzi will show you how to apprehend it by teaching you a couple of creative and psychological tools to find solutions to new, unexpected situations.

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How to Bring More Meaning in Your Work

Most employees don't understand why they should change. Showing them what creativity will bring THEM is the key. And the main benefit of those creative skills will be to see the impact and the value they have in their environment, giving them more meaning in their work.

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Achieve the Impossible With Agility

Employees have daily jobs that already quite demanding and might think this whole agile and creative movement doesn't reflect reality. But with a few mental reflexes and a new mindset, you can save time while taking more initiatives, the whole thing with a smile on your face. It seem impossible today. Maybe not tomorrow.

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Overcome Your Fears to Jump Into The Action

We are all afraid. You, me, top entrepreneurs. The difference with those who achieve what they thought was impossible is that they still do what they know they should. Creativity makes sense only if it is to take action on our thoughts. And that requires to face our fears and stop making up excuses

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Have Your Employees Think Like Legendary Entrepreneurs

No one really knows how the company of the future will be, but what is sure is that it tends toward more flexibility and intrapreneurial expectations. Butzi will share how to think like a entrepreneur so you can be more agile and adaptable, with a creativity rooted in action.

Butzi’s speaking topics
These are the topics Butzi talks about in his Keynotes and Workshops to trigger innovation, create a bulletproof innovative culture and bring your company to the next level.
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Reconnect with Your Natural Creative Powers

We are all creative but we lost it over time with education, school, and society. Butzi will give you concrete tips on how to reconnect with our natural creative powers and embrace divergence.

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How to Apprehend change Through Creativity

Change is uncomfortable and we all know it. That is why Butzi will show you how to apprehend it by teaching you a couple of creative and psychological tools to find solutions to new, unexpected situations.

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How to Bring More Meaning in Your Work

Most employees don't understand why they should change. Showing them what creativity will bring THEM is the key. And the main benefit of those creative skills will be to see the impact and the value they have in their environment, giving them more meaning in their work.

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Achieve the Impossible With Agility

Employees have daily jobs that already quite demanding and might think this whole agile and creative movement doesn't reflect reality. But with a few mental reflexes and a new mindset, you can save time while taking more initiatives, the whole thing with a smile on your face. It seem impossible today. Maybe not tomorrow.

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Overcome Your Fears to Jump Into The Action

We are all afraid. You, me, top entrepreneurs. The difference with those who achieve what they thought was impossible is that they still do what they know they should. Creativity makes sense only if it is to take action on our thoughts. And that requires to face our fears and stop making up excuses

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Have Your Employees Think Like Legendary Entrepreneurs

No one really knows how the company of the future will be, but what is sure is that it tends toward more flexibility and intrapreneurial expectations. Butzi will share how to think like a entrepreneur so you can be more agile and adaptable, with a creativity rooted in action.

Rey Buckman
Airbus

He definitely inspired Airbus employees to be more innovative every day!

Lynne Kelly-Downey
Farvest

Butzi has delivered keynotes at two of our conferences and has delivered exactly what we wanted on both occasions.

Audrey Mermillon
TEDX

At the LaDéfense 2017 TEDx, he succeeded to pass on with passion his”” Crazytivity””. He brought wonder and amazed a heterogeneous audience of employees, students and CEOs.”