On November 19, 2019, over 100 executive leaders congregated at the Satori Insights Conference in Niagara on the Lake, where Tony was featured as the keynote speaker.
As an advocate for happy workplace environments, Tony’s talk focused on culture, community and change. He believes, that when these three aspects are embraced, and continuously evolved, genius things happen. It is his life’s mission to help organizations build successful, winning teams.
During the keynote, participants were encouraged to think outside of the box, as the content shared was meant to challenge, engage and inspire action.
“It’s a pleasure to speak to leaders who are in search of actioning change and maximizing their personal and professional potential. In my talks, I use examples of my own professional hurdles and experiences as a means for their inspiration,” said Tony Gareri, CEO of Roma Moulding and Culture Junkie. “In 2011, when I was announced as CEO of Roma Moulding, I knew the company needed a culture shift, and it has profoundly impacted the way we conduct business.”
Tony’s experience leading a transformation within his own company propelled him to consult with organizations across North America. He concentrates on workplace happiness and cultivating cultures that build confident and loyal teams. If you’re curious about his talks, take a peek at the Satori Insights Conference, and get a taste of Gareri’s keynote.
“It was a pleasure to have Tony as the Keynote Speaker at the Annual Satori Insights Conference. Not only did he take the time to truly understand the message we were looking for, his high energy kicked off the conference and set the tone,” said Sandi Verrecchia, CEO Satori Consulting Inc. “Tony provided relevant and actionable insights that left our audience inspired. Engaging and authentic, Tony's speech hit the mark.”
Tony knows that when you bring together great and talented people, a collective purpose and a cohesive culture, greatness is achieved. Advocating for a positive organizational culture is his way of helping the world become a better place.