Growth Mindset

In a rapidly changing work environment, we need people who can not only adapt to change, but also leverage it. For this it is crucial to have a Growth Mindset. But what exactly is it and how does it help to manage today’s work better? In this speech, Skip Bowman will guide you to how to develop a growth mindset and even become a growth leader, but will also talk about the barriers to a growth mindset and how to hack growth killers in your team and organization. 

Global Leadership

Learning to lead and live with diversity is the focus of this speech. Skip will talk about, to what extent global and local leadership differ and what the challenges are, when the team is scattered all over the world. He will give practical advice on how to improve global communication and innovation and on how to develop a global mindset in the entire team and organization. 

Transforming Organisational Cultures

To build a strong company culture, we need more than just a good strategy. In the process of transformation, leaders play an essential role. Skip Bowman discusses, what types of ineffective company cultures there are, how they are impacting the business and how any organization can transform to a growth culture.  

Leading Change

Digitalization has an immense impact on the future of our work life. How will jobs change for the next 12 years? Will they become more caring, creative, collaborative or co-robotive? No matter what the driving force of the change is, leaders have to rethink their role, actions and words, to build the foundation of psychological safety and make it a positive process. In this speech, Skip will talk guide you through the main steps in leading change and why burning ambition is more important than the burning platform. 

Effective Project Team Cultures

Working in team projects can be productive, inspiring and innovative. In reality though, projects are often running late, deliver badly and stress everyone involved – and that is mostly due to a toxic project culture. But how can we develop a more intelligent and sustainable project team culture and manage our stakeholders constructively? Skip will talk about the key psychological challenges of working in projects and how to shift from a toxic project culture to a constructive and effective one. 

Leading Danish Organisations

Every country also has its own work culture. But what exactly are the differences between a Danish work culture and the rest of the world? And what does a foreigner joining a Danish team need to know? As an expat himself, Skip will share his experiences and insights regarding the Danish work market in comparison to other cultures and how to lead effectively in Danish organizations when you’re not a Dane. 


Skip Bowman is one of Europe’s leading speakers on Growth Mindset, Leadership Development and Organizational Change. He is an inspirational, entertaining and motivational speaker, whose mission it is to touch the hearts and minds of global leaders, so that they find the courage to think and act differently and make organizations a psychologically safe place to work.

With a strong foundation in organizational psychology, he is fascinated by mindset studies - how we think and behave - and how we inflict that in our work life. His speeches inspire cultural change, catalyse growth and drive global collaboration. Skip Bowman grew up in Perth, Australia and has spent the majority of the last 25 years based in Europe. He is the founder of the global consulting company Global Mindset and works in both English and Danish. 

Over the last 20 years, Skip has shared his knowledge with clients like Danfoss, Siemens, Rambøll, BHP Billiton, Brüel&Kjær, HBM, GN, Ericsson, Nestlé, Mölnlycke, VELUX, SimCorp, and Tryg and helped them find innovative solutions in fast-paced work environments. 

Skip’s speeches bring humour and delight to his audiences and are suitable for conferences, corporate events as much as Christmas gatherings. 


Kristian Poulsen

If you want your company to be ready and shaped for the future, if you want to gain better results and strengthen your effectiveness through better communication and internal colloboration, then call Skip!

Martin Seest

Motivational, humoristic, empowering, developmental, inclusive and at times unconvential in an otherwise realtively conservative environment are just a few of Skips qualities. 

Emilie Fuglsang

Skip was both pleasant, funny and knowledgable - and inspiring to everyone who was at the meeting. Highly recommended to everyone who is searching for insights in cross-cultural work life.

Klaus Elk

With an excellent blend of domain knowledge, understanding of Danish culture and aussie charm, Skip makes the psychology in cultures relevant and understandable. 

Maria Nielssen

The presentations drove me to think, personally re-evaluate and consider how I was operating and what needed to change.

Lars Trap

Skip was running the organizational development for managers and potential managers. Skip was a very enthusiastic instructor and programme manager.


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