Peter Sheahan

Peter Sheahan
Bestselling Author and World Renowned Speaker on Exploiting Business Trends and New Market Opportunities

Founder and CEO of ChangeLabs

Peter Sheahan is known internationally for inspiring innovative business thinking and creating lasting behavior change.  He has established himself as a highly successful entrepreneur with his international though leadership practice and as the CEO of ChangeLabs, a global consultancy building and delivering large-scale behavioral change projects for clients such as Apple and IBM.  Peter has worked with some of the world's leading brands, including Google, News Corporation, Harley Davidson and GlaxoSmithKline.

In September 2012, Sheahan was inducted into the National Speakers Association Hall of Fame, receiving the lifetime award for speaking excellence.

He has delivered more than 2000 presentations to over 300,000 people in 15 different countries.  In 2006, Peter was voted the National Speakers Association's Keynote Speaker of the Year and has since been named one of the 25 Hottest New Speakers in America, and one of the 25 Most Influential Speakers in the industry.

He is the author of six books, including international bestsellers Fl!p and Generation Y. As a global thought leader, Peter's insights into business trends and the changing needs of customers and staff have made him a regular presenter on Fox Business, with appearances on ABV and BBC as well.  In 2008 Peter was a featured expert in a five-part global series on Innovation on CNBC, and he has been written up in the Washington Post and Fast Company magazine.  His newest book Making It Happen unpacks his insights on the execution of ideas through focused business growth, understanding buying behavior and compelling market poisoning.

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