Ph.D Orit Wolf
Award-winning international concert pianist. Senior lecturer. Innovative thinker and creative marketing consultant to Fortune 500 companies.
Named one of the most influential personalities of the year in 2010 by Israel’s financial magazine THE MARKER, Dr. Orit Wolf has been disrupting the corporate world by inspiring business leaders and managers to Leave Your Personal Mark.
Dividing her time between a busy concert and performance career, lecturing around the world, and guiding major corporations and management on impactful leadership, Wolf is a sought-after consultant for many international Fortune 500 firms. Among the clients Wolf has worked with are IBM, ZIM, MasterCard, Visa, Motorola, NDS, Cisco, Veraz, HP, Halma, Teva, FERRING, ECI, Ely Lilly, EDS, FedEx, Flying Cargo, Verint, Orange, Team, Matrix, DELL, IDI Insurance and Strauss.
Wolf’s recent TED Talk: Play the Key Note of your Life, has been widely viewed as ground-breaking in the field of music, disruption and innovative thinking.
Wolf teaches How To Leave Your Mark at Herzliya’s IDC University Arison Business School and lectures in Leadership for Stage Performers at the Royal Academy of Music in London. She has taught Master Classes and given guest lectures on Music and Management, Creative Marketing and Interpersonal Communication at University programs around the world. Her advanced education at Tel Aviv University, Boston University and the Royal Academy of Music (all by the age of 23) has led to winning numerous international awards, including the Kahn Award for the Arts, the Richmond Competition, BBC Radio 3, Hattori Foundation and America Israel Cultural Foundation prizes.
Among her many accolades, Wolf was the recipient of the Rosenblum Prize from the Tel Aviv Municipality in 2019 for her outstanding musical achievements. She is currently authoring the book “The Language of the Creative Mind”.
Body language constitutes more than 60% of what we communicate, so learning to read the nonverbal cues people send is a powerful and essential skill everyone should acquire. From eye behavior to the direction in which a person points his or her feet, body language reveals what the person in front of us is really thinking. Our voice is also a meaningful factor in designing our image. Do we use it correctly? Are we also aware of the variety of interpretations of which different cultures give to our gestures? Can we control them wisely? All of this and more, with dozens of live fascinating examples by Dr. Orit Wolf, an international concert pianist, career mentor and innovation consultant, working with top executives and Fortune 500 firms worldwide.
Ph.D Orit Wolf
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