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Andrew W Sykes
Adjunct Lecturer in Entrepreneurship
Andrew holds over 25 years of leadership, organizational performance and business development experience. He has consulted to some of the world's largest companies, including Google, Pinterest, Shell Oil, McDonald's, Nokia, British Aerospace, Unilever, Microsoft, Blue Cross Blue Shield and many others.
Andrew's passion is professional speaking, education and activating high-impact habits. He speaks on the art of creating high-impact habits for revenue-responsible leaders and teams. He brings new and challenging perspectives to the topics he discusses, honed by his experience working around the world. He has lived or worked on six continents but calls Chicago home.
His education background is in actuarial science, he is a current behavioral researcher for BRATLAB and writer on the topic of high-impact habits. He founded and leads Habits at Work and the Behavioral Research Applied Technology Laboratory (BRATLAB). His current research interests and keynotes focus on trust in leadership, sales and business more generally.
His courses at Kellogg cover a wide variety of topics including Habits, Trust, Sales, Leadership and Entrepreneurship.
How to create trust in sales teams, and leadership teams.
How to create high impact habits at scale and change company culture as a result.
A habits approach to DE&I.
Fund raising as a sales skills for Not for Profit leaders.
All aspects of building, maintaining and restoring trust
Entrepreneurial selling and sales skills, habits and disciplines more generally.
Leadership habits and communication skills.
Fund raising and team leadership in not for profit organizations.
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