10 Business Thought Leaders You Need to Follow Today
Here’s our top ten thought leaders who will actually inspire you, help you genuinely motivate your workplace, or seriously develop your conversational abilities. Follow them on Twitter for some quick snippet intros into what makes them tick.
Gary Vaynerchuk (GaryVee)
Known for: CEO of VaynerMedia and VaynerSports. Investor in (and vocal on the topic of) social media.
Follow him if: You want to know how to wield social media to your advantage.
Known for: Tesla, SpaceX, PayPal and SolarCity (to name a few).
Follow him if: You are interested in sustainable energy and businesses that invest in humanity.
Known for: Philanthropic thought leader, and consultant for global businesses and non-profit organisations in corporate community involvement.
Follow her if: You are interested in leadership and development with a positive social impact.
Known for: Leading tech investor. Ferriss is an angel investor to a number of companies including Facebook, Twitter, Evernote and Uber. Author and inspirational speaker.
Follow him if: You want to read the latest business book everyone is talking about.
Known for: Expert in robot ethics at MIT, nominated for Digital Thinking awards.
Follow her if: You are interested in the relationships between humans and robots as they evolve.
Known for: The most cited author in business and economics. Winner of multiple business leadership awards.
Follow him if: You want wisdom backed by a lifetime in the industry.
Known for: Ted Talk ‘Sitting is the new smoking’. Made over $18b in sales from personally launching over 100 products.
Follow her if: You want to know how to best unlock the capacities of others, and other business strategy solutions.
Known for: American author and entrepreneur. One of the most popular and well known thought leaders.
Follow him if: You want motivation to succeed.
Known for: Motivational speaker and marketing consultant. Focus on inspirational leadership and organisational structure.
Follow him if: You want be a great leader.
Known for: Academic and professor at MIT. Brynjolfsson co-wrote ‘Race Against the Machine’ .
Follow him if: You are interested in the co-working of digital tech, employment and organisations.
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