Matt Dierdorff

Matt Dierdorff

Matt Dierdorff - Motivational Speaker

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Shaping Leaders Through Compelling Story & Sustained Change

Communication which creates Change is the only kind worth paying for. Matt Dierdorff is a communicator who speaks in order to shape those participating. From the seminar room to the main stage he works diligently to spark epiphanies in leaders.

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Travels from Atlanta, GA (US)

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Matt Dierdorff
Matt Dierdorff - Motivational Speaker

Catalyst Coaching

Shaping Leaders Through Compelling Story & Sustained Change

Communication which creates Change is the only kind worth paying for. Matt Dierdorff is a communicator who speaks in order to shape those participating. From the seminar room to the main stage he works diligently to spark epiphanies in leaders.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Atlanta, GA

Matt Dierdorff - Motivational Speaker

Matt Dierdorff

Catalyst Coaching

Shaping Leaders Through Compelling Story & Sustained Change

Communication which creates Change is the only kind worth paying for. Matt Dierdorff is a communicator who speaks in order to shape those participating. From the seminar room to the main stage he works diligently to spark epiphanies in leaders.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Atlanta, GA

For more information about booking Matt Dierdorff,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/matt/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

We Are Not Building a Volkswagen

Metaphors shape us in incredibly meaningful ways.  They often serve as a North Star of sorts, helping us chart a significant course.  They unlock and make accessible complex concepts. Unfortunately, when we embrace faulty metaphors we get off track and misunderstand important ideas.  So radically shaped by a particularly misguiding mental image, it is only […]...

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Mini-Bars in Cubicles & Horse Racing in the Break Room?

We are not without dysfunction. In light of many variables involved in our nature/nurture make-up we lean toward destructive encounters. Some of these dysfunctions have become more formalized than others and are worked out in official 12-step groups, with Alcoholics Anonymous being the pioneer in this field. They have been joined by those who chronically […]...

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Finding Mission in Omission

Sculpting is the art of removing what is unnecessary to reveal what is profound. The white space in a painting or photograph gives depth to the subject. It is the “rest” in the midst of the musical composition that allows the melody to stand out. In leadership it is often the act ofomission which gives rise […]...

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When the Director Takes Their Seat

I believe that if we only search for leadership truths in resources from the leadership and personal improvement section of the bookstore, we deprive ourselves of insight which exist beyond that realm. Innovative leadership calls us to always have our antenna up for approaches, metaphors and models in arenas that in no way purport themselves […]...

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Pursue Your “Mastering Degree”

   We long to become better.  That is what makes a leader, a leader.  A better listener, better collaborator, a better story-teller…  That is the destination on the other side of the chasm, or up the trail.  As we take a look at our tool-belt we find a combination of formal and informal programs which […]...

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Some Things Shouldn’t Be Resolv

 I would assume that most within my personal circle would consider me to be a fairly even-keeled & kind individual.  However, there are times when I secretly daydream about annoying people simply for my own entertainment value.  One such recurring daydream features an ice cream truck with me at the wheel.  Stickers of frozen-fun adorn […]...

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Just a Nicer Straitjacket: Why Delegation Is Not Enough

One of my favorite quotations of late has revolved around the idea of collaboration and group projects.  H.E. Luccock is attributed with the phrase “No one can whistle a symphony.  It takes an orchestra to play it.” Another way to envision this phenomenon from the manager’s chair is to realize that the wooden baton used by the […]...

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Stop Stealing Struggle! Allow Adversity to Act as a Management Tool

I have a theory that many managers suffer from some variation of kleptomania.  We can’t walk away.  We can’t sit back.  Instead, our sticky fingers trump self-control and we swipe incessantly each time the opportunity for struggle is encountered by our team.  As a matter of fairness, this started very early for many of us. […]...

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Metronome: The Value of Cadence in a Leader’s Life

Email. Dishes. Soccer Games. Laundry. Grief. New friends. Tailgates. Voicemail. Conflict. Homework. Lawncare. Parent-teach conferences. Old friends. Twitter. Bills. Deadlines. Instagram. Dinner. Meetings. Cardio. Online course. Paperwork. Doctor’s Appointment. Performance Review. More Meetings. Science Project. Business Presentation. Our lives often resemble tsunamis, thrashing madly about and threatening to take us under at any moment.  I […]...

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Growing Leaders: Assessment vs. Cultivation

I get most of my leadership lessons from my sons. I am learning along with them. It is nearly summer in Atlanta and my offspring have begun their inaugural season as part of the local swim team. They have been in the water for several years, with a combination of formal lessons and casual free […]...

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