Myrto Legaki

Myrto Legaki is a leadership and corporate wellbeing consultant who empowers clients worldwide to unlock their true potential through leadership training, keynotes, workshops, team-building activities, and executive coaching.
Virtual: £3k-£5k
In-person: £5k-£10k

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Myro Legaki integrates neuroscience, psychology, and mindfulness techniques to drive positive transformation.

Working with leading organisations, Myrto collaborates with major corporations such as AbbVie, Novartis, Microsoft, Google, Roche, GlaxoSmithKline, MSD Merck, Phillip Morris, and Nestlé. She assists leaders, executives, and teams in reaching their full potential through leadership training that combines neuroscience, psychology, and mindfulness.

Myrto Legaki delivers engaging keynotes on essential leadership skills, wellbeing, mental health, women’s leadership, diversity and inclusion, and mindfulness.

With 15 years of experience as a management consultant and marketing manager in New York, London, and Athens, Myrto brings a wealth of practical insight to her work. Having experienced burnout in high-stress environments, she understands the challenges of modern workplaces and the importance of inspired leadership for achieving optimal performance within a human-centric culture.

Myrto has been trained in teaching mindfulness-based interventions at the University of Massachusetts and Brown University. She is also a systemic psychotherapist in training at the Athenian Institute of Anthropos (AKMA). Her academic background includes a degree in Finance from the University of Piraeus and an MBA in Leadership and Communication from Boston University.

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Featured Topics Include:

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Lead Your Mind or Life Will Lead You

We are not our thoughts, yet thoughts control us. Our mind shapes our reality, yet research suggests that 45% of our behaviours are happening below our level of consciousness. That's why it's no wonder self-awareness is regarded as one of the most important leadership traits for the future of work.

Knowing how the mind works, how it affects our decisions and being able to lead our mind towards where we want to go is a skill that can be cultivated and pivotal to exemplary leadership. However, while most leaders will say they are self-aware, in reality according to research only 10-15% fit the criteria. In this keynote, Myrto outlines the most common patterns of the mind and offers evidence-based tools to manage them with more awareness in order to lead with wisdom and effectiveness.

2
Finding Balance & Managing Stress

We dedicate a significant portion of our time at work and sometimes, especially during challenging times, it's hard to keep a balance, especially when the world we live in is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. Workplace stress levels are skyrocketing and burnout risk is increasing in many industries and professions.

In this ever popular keynote, participants will understand the biology and physiology of stress and learn practical, science-backed methods and tips to regulate the nervous system, in order to cultivate resilience and handle difficulties better. Filled with grounded practical tips and short hands-on mindfulness and breathwork practices, audiences leave feeling empowered and supported to live and work with less chaos and more balance.

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Powerful Teaming

Creating a powerful team can often be a challenge. Different goals, personalities and communication styles. What makes a team powerful and how can we cultivate the skills to collaborate more effectively?

This interactive keynote based on neuroscience, mindfulness and behavioural research, focuses on collaboration, connection, and belonging through strategies that enable social connectedness, in order to enhance group dynamics across organizations. Myrto shares resources and actionable advice to enhance teaming through self-awareness, empathy and emotional intelligence.

4
Prioritizing Wellbeing in Life & Work

We all hear about wellbeing, but what does this actually mean and how can we achieve it? If we think about it, our life is the sum of our habits. What we do every single day, will reflect the outcome of our physical and mental health, it will shape our brain and will affect the way we think, communicate and lead in the future. But most of us tend to be mindless about our daily habits, or unaware of how to best support ourselves.

In this jam-packed keynote, Myrto talks about the most important pillars for physical and mental wellbeing (such as sleep, stress management, nutrition for brain health, work/life balance, connection, joy and purpose), elucidating key elements with scientific data. She also shares resources and actionable advice that will support participants perform at their best and feel stronger, healthier, and more balanced, in the workplace and beyond.

1
Lead Your Mind or Life Will Lead You

We are not our thoughts, yet thoughts control us. Our mind shapes our reality, yet research suggests that 45% of our behaviours are happening below our level of consciousness. That's why it's no wonder self-awareness is regarded as one of the most important leadership traits for the future of work.

Knowing how the mind works, how it affects our decisions and being able to lead our mind towards where we want to go is a skill that can be cultivated and pivotal to exemplary leadership. However, while most leaders will say they are self-aware, in reality according to research only 10-15% fit the criteria. In this keynote, Myrto outlines the most common patterns of the mind and offers evidence-based tools to manage them with more awareness in order to lead with wisdom and effectiveness.

2
Finding Balance & Managing Stress

We dedicate a significant portion of our time at work and sometimes, especially during challenging times, it's hard to keep a balance, especially when the world we live in is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. Workplace stress levels are skyrocketing and burnout risk is increasing in many industries and professions.

In this ever popular keynote, participants will understand the biology and physiology of stress and learn practical, science-backed methods and tips to regulate the nervous system, in order to cultivate resilience and handle difficulties better. Filled with grounded practical tips and short hands-on mindfulness and breathwork practices, audiences leave feeling empowered and supported to live and work with less chaos and more balance.

3
Powerful Teaming

Creating a powerful team can often be a challenge. Different goals, personalities and communication styles. What makes a team powerful and how can we cultivate the skills to collaborate more effectively?

This interactive keynote based on neuroscience, mindfulness and behavioural research, focuses on collaboration, connection, and belonging through strategies that enable social connectedness, in order to enhance group dynamics across organizations. Myrto shares resources and actionable advice to enhance teaming through self-awareness, empathy and emotional intelligence.

4
Prioritizing Wellbeing in Life & Work

We all hear about wellbeing, but what does this actually mean and how can we achieve it? If we think about it, our life is the sum of our habits. What we do every single day, will reflect the outcome of our physical and mental health, it will shape our brain and will affect the way we think, communicate and lead in the future. But most of us tend to be mindless about our daily habits, or unaware of how to best support ourselves.

In this jam-packed keynote, Myrto talks about the most important pillars for physical and mental wellbeing (such as sleep, stress management, nutrition for brain health, work/life balance, connection, joy and purpose), elucidating key elements with scientific data. She also shares resources and actionable advice that will support participants perform at their best and feel stronger, healthier, and more balanced, in the workplace and beyond.

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In today’s highly demanding and fast-paced corporate environment, where our teams are expected to perform at the highest level, it is essential to remember to pause and take care of our bodies and soul. Thank you Myrto for this keynote - the scientific background, your energy and the inspiration you brought to the team. It was truly refreshing!"

Theodosis Michalopoulos - CEO Microsoft Greece, Cyprus, Malta

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Collaborating with Myrto supported our team's physical and mental wellbeing and brought us together, cultivating empathy and connection. Our people embraced the initiative at once and felt connection at a human level, empowerment and support. This is reflected in the program evaluations, which were outstanding."

George Georgalas - Talent Acquisition & Development Manager Nestlé

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