Main focus: The future of work
Languages: German, English, Spanish
Topics: communication, authenticity, remote work, entrepreneurship, personal branding, employer branding, future of work, computer-mediated work, feminine leadership, third-culture kid, global living, international communication, online work, organisational behaviour, organisational psychology, organizational behavior, service, millennials
Anaïs is a brand strategist and Organisational Behaviourist (MSc) with a background in hospitality management (B.B.A.) and image consulting (London Image Institute). She is the founder of the boutique consultancy Let's Work Magic and works with entrepreneurs and pioneering organisations, setting a foundation for business that feels good, does good and makes good money. Anaïs has spearheaded research projects on feminine success and the isolation of online-working entrepreneurs and is deeply passionate about the future of work in all its facets. She works online and in person, teaching people how to gracefully combine authenticity, wit and professionalism in a fast-paced digital age. She flourishes on stage, delivering keynote speeches and strategic moderations alike. Anaïs' diplomatic upbringing and international career brought her to Venezuela, Germany, Thailand, Jordan, Spain, The Netherlands and Egypt. She easily communicates with people from all walks of life in fluent English, Spanish and German.
"The Falling Walls moderator Anaïs Bock did an excellent job. She managed to keep people on time in a gentle and humoristic manner, and gave the event the prestige and glamour it deserves."
— Prof. Dr. Carl-Henrik Heldin, Chairman of the Board of the Nobel Foundation, and Professor in Molecular Cell Biology, Uppsala University
"I love Anaïs’ sunny personality and easy-going nature! She gives lively, informative and engaging speeches and people love her. One of the most impressive aspects is her detailed knowledge of international etiquette, which comes from first-hand experience working in the hospitality industry and an international life."
— Lynne Marks, President London Image Institute