Inspire your people how to deal with a NO
Gideon Amichay is an international public speaker about innovation, creativity and advertising in some of the most prestigious venues around the world. He is a lecturer at the School of Visual Arts in New York (“Innovation in Advertising”) and a guest lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (MBA, Business school) Tel Aviv University, IDC MBA School and others.
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No. It is a word that every CEO, entrepreneur and creative professional has confronted. It is a word that both novices and seasoned professionals dread. It is a word that can easily seem like death to a dream.
And yet it is also a word that can point in the right direction. It is a word that motivates us to do something differently, try someone else, get better, innovate and keep going. “No” is a word that looms over every business person’s innovator’s and artist’s life. And yet the word is universally met with trepidation and fear because the value of being told “No” is so little understood.
Few of his recent talks:
TED talk at TEDx Jerusalem // A keynote at Cannes Festival Creative Leadership Program // New York Festivals // Israel Dealmakers Summit NYC (2015) // European Lotteries Congress (2013) // “Think Consumers” with Google (Israel 2013) // CREATIVE SANDOX by Google (Israel 2013) // Evergreen Annual Board Meeting // Israel Bonds Annual staff conference 2013 // IceeFest (Bucharest 2013) // Art Directors Club Riga // DLD Tel Aviv // MFA-SVA School of Visual Arts NYC // SVA School of Visual Arts NYC // Pratt Institute NYC // PIAF Prague // IDC TED Inspired Innovation Forum IDC Herzliya // IDC MBA School // Tel Aviv University MBA Business School // Jerusalem Hebrew University MBA Business School // Bezalel Art & Design Academy // AJC Access 20/20 Washington D.C. // The annual conference of the Israel Management Center (IMC) // CCA Vienna, Austria (Art Director Club Austria) // ReklamFeszt 2012, The Hungarian Advertising Association Annual Event //and many others.