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Peter Aberg is one of Sweden’s most creative and ground breaking motivational & inspirational keynote speakers within change management and goal setting. He works as finance, IT and HR director for a division at Nederman were he is also responsible for the division’s digitalization journey for modern sales. Previous held position was at Alfa Laval with responsibility for Central & Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East and Africa. Peter has more than 20 years of change management experience and is an experienced coach to executive management teams and groups with different skills and cultural backgrounds. He has an executive education from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Peter offers inspirational keynote speeches and reflecting workshops for individuals, groups, elite sport teams, corporations and big conferences.
Nothing is impossible as long as you believe in your-self and your team. Peter lectures from personal experiences on how to find your team’s inner strength when the unexpected happens. Peter connects his 20 years of change management experience and lessons learned to his own life story – from learning how to walk and talk after a severe accident to finalize New York City Marathon walking with support sticks. He gives the audience practical tools on how to challenge themselves and their teams and dare to try things outside of their comfort zone. By analyzing your team’s peaks and valleys, you will gain deeper insights of your team’s strengths and weaknesses. Peter connect these insights to his own Goal Circle theory.
Everybody whom need to learn different tools in order to reach common goals should listen to Peter. He has a wide international experience as keynote speaker and has spoken to audiences with thousands of people at the same time. If you book Peter as your speaker, he will donate a free of charge speech to a school or charity.
Peter has made keynote speeches and reflecting workshops in 16 countries on five continents. Please find a few of Peter’s references