What does success mean to you? Climbing higher up the career ladder, having more income and more leisure time, being more creative and having more choice or gaining more balance and a new lease of life? As an entrepreneur, perhaps it is your ambition to motivate your personnel to undergo a transformation, to improve the morale of your sales team or simply to animate your customers?
Martin Klapheck uses the power of music to inspire people to be successful. The Handelsblatt, Germany’s leading business journal, says of him: "Martin Klapheck is able to intelligently combine highly stimulating talks with live performances on the piano. He does not just use music as a diverting extension of his presentations. What he actually does is transform the main themes of his lecture into piano music, so that they can be recognised by his audience in this form and then re-explored. Although this is entertaining, at the same time it is also provoking, stimulating and life-changing."
Martin Klapheck holds an elite diploma issued by one of Germany’s largest banking groups. He has gathered a wealth of experience working in various management posts in the sales and creative sectors and studied the psychology of organisation, management and communication at university.
As a successful musical impresario, he has organised concerts of classical music for the European Parliament over many years; he has also won several prizes as a pianist. Martin Klapheck is now among the leading experts with regard to success and creativity. He is a keynote speaker, author, businessman and pianist.
In 2014, 2015 and 2016, he was voted among the ’Top 100’ public speakers in Germany.
It is his objective to help people achieve success and to enable them to recognise opportunities and actively exploit them.
1) Scale the heights of success through music
How you can achieve your personal success using humour and the power of positive thoughts and actions
2) Scale the heights of corporate success through music
How to make your customers into ambassadors for your brand
3) The link between creativity and madness
Or how to use 80% instead of just 12% of your creative capacity