Chris Fuller has been developing businesses, motivating audiences, and growing people for over 25 years. Whether speaking to audiences of hundreds or several thousand, he communicates with natural, infectious enthusiasm.
As a Certified Speaking Professional, Chris has spoken globally to tens of thousands on leadership, sales, teamwork, EQ, success, and organizational change and culture. His high-energy, adventure-based keynotes captivate a room and bring leadership lessons to life in a unique and powerful way.
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Chris is an amazing speaker! Funny, witty and engaging the audience. I really enjoyed listening and he motivated me to go back and make changes in our organization to improve its effectiveness.Teri, Custom Dental USA
Chris customized an incredible experience on Strategic Thinking for Operational Leaders that he delivered with passion, action, and impact!A.A., Manager, Talent Development, Gulfstream Aerospace
Iditarod Leadership: Unleashing the Power of the Team. This motivational business fable in the same genre as Who Moved My Cheese? and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team uses the backdrop of the Iditarod dog sled race as a metaphor for life and organizational leadership lessons.
A master storyteller, author Chris Fuller, blends accounts of his own mushing adventure on the Iditarod Trail with stories he encountered and lessons learned with veteran Musher Nils Hahn.
An easy read for all, Fuller unpacks and helps leaders apply his proven system for executing with excellence: The R.A.C.E. Method™
If you’re like a lot of leaders, you want to do well, but you’ve never been fully prepared to lead well. The endless frustrations from the constant fire-drill-chaos culture can leave you feeling like a workplace zombie, stumbling in and out of the office everyday.
But that doesn’t have to be your story. Leadership is an adventure to be enjoyed, not an ordeal to survive. In Inspired Leadership, Chris Fuller leverages compelling, real-life tales of adventure to guide you through The InSPIRED Leadership Pathway.
This proven process equips you to lead your team or entire organization to achieve remarkable results with fully engaged team members. You’ll discover practical insights with roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-busy steps you can take today to embrace you leadership adventure!
Influence Leadership is all about growing leaders and their abilities so they can achieve more cleared processes, connected relationships, and enhanced organizational effectiveness through mutual engagement. Simply put, my heart is to make People and Organizations better.
One of my favorite sayings is, “You lead people, you manage things.” So, what does that mean—to lead people? By necessity, it must at least mean someone is following—and that takes Influence.
In leadership seminars, workshops and keynotes all over the planet, I’ve been asked the question, “Are leaders born or made?” I believe the answer is both.
Some leaders have natural leadership traits and others must invest more time into understanding what influences others and to grow and develop their leadership competencies.
My heart is to help develop leaders increase their individual Influence and expand their Leadership skillsets. That happens through a “Servant Leader +” mindset. The plus means we Serve those we Lead, while maintaining positive accountability throughout the Organization. Serving the Organization must be balanced with achieving the desired results for our Clients and Investors. It’s about Results and Relationships!
A Leader’s Influence is based on a number of factors. Organizational Influence is usually granted based on a Leader’s results, successful tenure, contribution, communication skills, etc. However, Individual Influence is based on factors more specific to that particular Individual. Learning about people—their motivations, Communication Styles, and behavioral styles—is especially critical to creating personal influence.
Leadership Influence starts with the Leader’s own EQ—their Emotional or Relational Intelligence. They must understand themselves first to be able to lead themselves well. From that vantage point, they can leverage their awareness of social intuition to connect with and lead relationships for mutual benefit.