MEET OUR PROFESSIONAL MEMBER
Mark Stuart CSP
Mark is a sought-after Innovation Speaker, a leadership and innovation trainer, and executive coach, based in Singapore and delivering speeches, ideathons, and workshops across the world.
Mark specialises in topics such as Innovation, Leadership In A Digital Age, The Future of Work, and Impact of Artificial Intelligence.
Mark attained his Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) status in just 5 years from starting his career as a trainer – testament to his popularity, consistency of bookings, and high-performance results with clients.
VIRTUAL SPEAKER SHOWREEL
Mark is a Certified Virtual Presenter (accredited by Espeakers.com) – one of the first handful of professional speakers to attain this certification. Mark speaks and trains virtually through virtual keynotes, LIVE training webinars and more.
MARK’S AWARDS AND DESIGNATIONS
Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) Member of Asia Professional Speakers – Singapore
Certified Virtual Presenter by eSpeakers.com
Winner – Future of Work Award
Adjunct Lecturer – Building & Construction Authority of Singapore Academy
Lecturer – PWC Academy Sri Lanka
Educator – Duke Corporate Education
Group Representative – British Chamber of Commerce Singapore, Entrepreneur & Small Business Committee
FEATURED ON THE NEWS
Mark Stuart and his training company Anagram Group have been extensively featured on the news in Singapore and Asia.
WINNER – FUTURE OF WORK AWARD SINGAPORE
Mark is Co-Founder of Anagram Group, a corporate training company he founded with his wife Liyana Stuart. Anagram Group was winner of the British Chamber of Commerce’s “Future of Work” award at the 19th Annual Business Awards in September 2018 for their work in helping organisations transform through Innovation, Design Thinking and Ideathon training in Singapore. For his work as Co-Founder of Anagram, he was presented the ‘Future of Work’ award at the 19th Annual Business Awards from the British High Commissioner to Singapore, Scott Wightman and Mr. Chan Chun Sing, Singapore’s Minister of Trade & Industry.
VIRTUAL KEYNOTES AND LIVE WEBINARS FOR SINGAPORE AND ASIA
-Change & Innovation In A Time of Crisis
-How Covid-19 Accelerates the Future of Work
– How to build a Culture of Innovation
– Leadership In A Digital Age
– The Future of Work
– Impact of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning on the Future of Work
SPEAKER SHOWREEL (IN-PERSON KEYNOTES/WORKSHOPS)
Mark is certified in Design Thinking, runs ideathons in Singapore for corporates, and is also a DISC-certified behavioural consultant. Mark works with over 400+ government and corporate clients in Singapore, Asia and the UK through his training company, Anagram Group.
Prior to training, Mark had over 15 years of international investment banking experience in the UK, Australia and Singapore for Schroders, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Abbey National and Salomon Brothers. He held regional head positions at Morgan Stanley and Schroders, and led large teams across 3 continents. His leadership articles are regularly published in Asian Banking & Finance and Singapore Business Review.
Mark’s signature programme is “Leadership In The Digital Age”, a range of keynote speeches, 2-day programmes and customised programmes.
His presentations are highly interactive and focus on strategies and goals that can be implemented in the workplace immediately, delivering instant return on investment.
Mark is a Group Representative of the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore, Entrepreneur & Small Business Committee and a Committee Member – Finance & Insurance Focus Group, Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI).
To learn more about Mark, visit www.global-innovation-speaker.com
BEST-SELLING KEYNOTE SPEECH TOPICS
Mark’s topics of expertise for Keynote Speeches include:
1) HOW TO BUILD A CULTURE OF INNOVATION
2) LEADERSHIP IN A DIGITAL AGE: HOW TO FUTURE-PROOF YOUR WORKFORCE
3) PREPARING YOUR ORGANISATION FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK
4) IMPACT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & MACHINE LEARNING
For a customised keynote speech tailored to your event requirements, visit www.global-innovation-speaker.com or contact Liyana at [email protected]
Leadership In A Crisis – How Can Leaders Navigate the Post-Pandemic World?
Published on 07/09/2021 under Change Management, Innovation/Creativity, Leadership, Motivation
The Covid-19 pandemic has increased the demands on leaders. In 2020 and 2021, they’ve had to rapidly decide how to operate with their staff working from home, how to start reintroducing them back into the workplace, how to keep selling and maintaining customer relationships, and what technology to adopt to allow their firms to leverage […]
Remote Working During Covid-19: My 3 Tips for Maximum Productivity at Home
Published on 03/18/2020 under Change Management, Management, Productivity, Technology
Covid-19 (or coronavirus) is impacting everybody the world over, especially how businesses need to operate during this time. Where I’m based in Singapore, we’ve had a few more weeks to work out how companies can best adapt to the situation, keep their employees safe, but still keep business as usual. The first, and obvious step, […]
Corporate Leadership, Start-up Mentality – Is it Possible?
Published on 01/10/2019 under Change Management, Innovation/Creativity, Leadership, Management, Organisation Development
In the past 5 to 10 years, the leadership development industry has been dominated by terms like VUCA. If you’re not familiar with this term, it suggests that we’re now (or have been) living in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous world, and that successful leaders need to be able to adapt to the new […]
What Is The Role of A Leader in Driving Innovation? Here are the 6 types I’ve Seen
Published on 12/20/2018 under Change Management, Innovation/Creativity, Leadership, Management
Over the past 18 months, I’ve ran Design Thinking workshops and ‘Ideathons’ for dozens of organisations. Whilst we always finish the sessions with an excellent range of pragmatic, ambitious and some down-right crazy ideas, the problem with most corporate innovation initiatives is the follow-up, or lack thereof. Or, more specifically, does this suggest a lack […]