Leonard is an award-winning entrepreneur, venture capitalist, best-selling author and two-time Emmy nominated media visionary who shows business and government leaders how to embrace innovation today.
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Leonard has been called “a controversial leader of the new world order.” He is an award-winning entrepreneur, venture capitalist, best-selling author and a 2-time Emmy nominated media visionary.
After selling his company in 2009, Leonard became the President of the Innovation and Digital Group for the Anschutz Company, one of the largest live sport and entertainment businesses in the world owning assets such as stadiums like the O2 Arena in London and Staples Center in LA; sports teams like the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Galaxy and the Los Angeles Kings, and today, one of the premiere concert promotion businesses in the world seating hundreds of millions of people a year. He is also one of the proud owners of Coventry City Football Club in England.
A highly sought-after public speaker, Leonard has lectured at institutions such as Stanford, the G8 and the United Nations. His insight has been requested by companies such as The Financial Times, Warner Music, Dell, Visa and Pepsi, as well as, the governments of countries such as India, Israel, Ireland, Russia and South Africa. His work has been featured in such publications as Fortune, the Wall Street Journal, the BBC and the New York Times.
He is co-author of the best-selling books, Innovation Nation: Canadian Leadership from Jurassic Park to Java and Everything I Needed to Know About Business…I Learned from a Canadian both published by John Wiley and Sons. Currently, he is authoring a new book in partnership with Forbes Magazine, entitled, The Great Re: Write coming out in the next year.
Two Time Emmy Nominee, President of the Clarity Digital Group & Best-Selling Author of Innovation Nation
- The Great ReWrite
- We are living in a unique moment in history, when revolutionary change in all sectors is occurring at a frenzied pace.
- This massive scale of disruption has understandably left organizations on shaky footing, struggling to engage consumers and employees alike and stay relevant.
- Those that learn to adapt, those that allow themselves to be “rewritten” for the modern day, will survive and prosper. Those that do not will collapse.
- Leonard Brody explains how to deal with the questions the future holds, and how organizations can harness the uncertainty they’re faced with and turn it into excitement, innovation, and success.