Ask about Garry Kasparov
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Key Points
  • In 1985, Garry became the youngest world chess champion at the age of 22.
  • Garry is political and human rights commentator
  • Since 1991, Garry has been a contributing editor to The Wall Street Journal
  • Silicon Valley CEOs, education ministers and heads of state often seek out Garry's advice and opinion
Topics
  • Keynote speech:
    • The subject matter is at your selection and ranges from; strategy, chess & life, logical thinking to politics and world affairs.

  • Armchair speech with moderators:
    • Same as keynote, except Garry is unscripted and the dialogue is "off the cuff"
    • Garry and the interviewer chat for approximately one hour followed by questions.

  • Seminar:
    • A seminar with Garry Kasparov is a unique chance to get hands-on coaching from a man with a lifetime of high-pressure peak performance to share.
    • These customised sessions focus on getting the participants to evaluate their own decision-making process, to find their strengths and weaknesses and, as Garry puts it, "to upgrade their mental software"
    • Working in groups and directly with Garry, the seminars are an instructive and entertaining tour through dynamic decision-making scenarios, each prepared especially for the client.
    • Previous seminars have included examples from the worlds of business, politics, and even military history.
    • Ideal for top management and technology companies.

  • Simuls:
    • A "simul" is a masterful display of chess. This intriguing contest involves up to 20 amateur opponents playing simultaneously against Garry.
    • Always for fun, easy to organise and usually for corporate entertainment.
    • Organisers can add any number of spectators/guests for the simul.
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