Expert on the future of work, researcher and business strategist

Dean is a founder of TomorrowToday UK and an International Partner of TomorrowToday. He has over 20 years experience working in marketing, operations, innovation and strategic planning. He speaks on disruptive trends changing the world and the strategies business leaders can employ to improve organisational performance. He contributes to executive education programs and lectures at prestigious academic institutions around the world including – London Business School, Henley Management College and the Indian School of Business.

Strong international demand for Dean’s expertise has seen him deliver keynote speeches  (See him presenting below) across five continents and consult to leading organizations worldwide such as Coca-Cola, Waitrose, John Lewis Partnership, Tesco, Nordea Bank, Novartis, Unilever, Scouts, Procter & Gamble and many others.  He is a regular contributor to the New World of Work blogMotivated Magazine and is currently writing a book called “The New Business SCRIPTS – how to build organisations fit for the future” due to be published in 2013/14.

Below is a collection of videos of Dean presenting. Please click on the videos to view their content.

Keynote speaker at the Fun Miles Conference 2012

Keynote speaker at the IFFO International Annual Conference 2012

Keynote speaker at the Loyalty World 2011 Conference – Mind The Gap – Transition Boomers to Generation X

Presenting at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad on disruptive forces and future trends

Presenting Mind The Gap at  the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad  

Keynote at Loyalty World 2011, Europe’s largest customer loyalty conference – Baby Boomers section 

Keynote at Loyalty World 2009, Europe’s largest customer loyalty conference 

 

What people are saying about Dean

“Dean delivered one of the most thought provoking and innovative presentations that I have seen in a very long time. Genuine new insight is very rare and the ability to draw implementable business conclusions is virtually unique. Dean has that.” Steve Martin, Branch Chairperson – Manchester Institute of Financial Planning

“The presentation was exceptional. The fascinating subject matter was made truly inspirational by Dean’s very professional, entertaining and slick presentation.” Mark Lovell – University of Salford

“Dean is an excellent presenter who kept us captivated with the content of his presentation.” Deborah Avenell – Royal Veterinary College

“Dean Van Leeuwen was brilliant, everybody I have spoken to thoroughly enjoyed his presentation…just what we needed for the afternoon part I thought!”

“I thought Dean was a very engaging speaker who gave a very entertaining presentation, which provoked much thought and was very relevant to our jobs and lives.”

“Dean presented in a fun and engaging way.  I thought that presentation content was good and it was made even better by the presenter in my opinion.   EXCELLENT, great food for thought.”

“The presentation was great, very entertaining and also thought provoking! Dean was excellent and held my attention throughout, which is a fairly tall order for the after lunch slot.”

“Dean’s key contribution is his INGENUITY VALUE – his presentations and workshops made us question our status quo and his ideas bring valuable innovations to our business.” Sharon Kersten Managing Director – Old Mutual Bank

Because Dean intimately understands corporate and entrepreneurial life he relates to you and your delegates business needs and is able to tailor his approach to meet them.

Equipment Requirements In terms of equipment for the presentation, Dean uses a full multi-media presentation from his own laptop computer. He needs the following equipment to be provided for him:

  • Dean uses his own laptop as an autocue, so needs it to be positioned on the stage where he will be presenting.
  • A data projector to connect to his laptop, projected onto a large enough screen that everyone has full view of it.
  • Sound for the full audio he uses with the presentation. This connects to his laptop computer in the standard way – the stereo head phone out – and needs to connect to a full sound system.
  • If the size of the venue and number of participants requires it, a lapel microphone (or equivalent – hand held, headset, etc) will be required to amplify his voice as well.
  • If you are unable to provide the above setup, you MUST confirm this with Dean or his agent as part of confirming the event.

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