Zack Friedman is an electrifying keynote speaker on leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, growth and peak performance, and will create a custom keynote that offers his unique perspectives on leadership.
Zack is an exceptional leader and entrepreneur who has led organizations and teams to achieve significant results. Zack serves as the Founder & CEO of Make Lemonade, a leading personal finance comparison site that helps consumers save money and live a better financial life.
Zack has spent his career working as a CEO, CFO, advisor and investor. He studied Leadership at Harvard, and also spent time working at The White House and U.S. Senate.
Millions of people rely on Zack for advice as an inspirational thought leader. Through his appearances on CNN and MSNBC, and his regular column in Forbes, Zack is known for making his business advice simple, practical and empowering. Zack writes extensively about leadership in his popular Forbes column. Zack also has interviewed top CEOs on leadership to understand their tools and tactics that drive meaningful results.
Zack combines his deep experience as an entrepreneur, investor, executive and author to deliver inspiring, motivational and actionable keynotes that drive results for your upcoming event.
Through engaging storytelling and real-world examples, Zack isolates the key factors that significantly drive innovation, creativity and energy for every audience.
Zack is the ideal speaker to share his insights and analysis on multiple aspects of leadership. Zack is also focused on driving innovation, building a lasting company culture and how to hire the right teams.
A Wharton MBA and Harvard alum, his thought-provoking leadership lessons have been formed by his travel to all 50 states and 30 countries. Zack has interacted with presidents, prime ministers, CEOs and billionaires – and shares his fresh insights on leadership, transformational change and peak performance that will inspire you and your team to take action.
How Leaders Lead, While Managers Just Manage
In this keynote speech, Zack Friedman addresses how: