Bruce Cryer

BRUCE has been called a renaissance man. At age 15 he sang in the choir for Duke Ellington and by 19 was playing The Boy in the world’s longest-running musical, The Fantasticks, in a run lasting more than 800 performances. He performed in Shakespeare in the Park, television commercials, and films, ran a small art business, and was a founding member of ODC, San Francisco's top dance company. His business career includes 11 years as CEO of the ground-breaking HeartMath organization. He was named one of the Top 50 Thought Leaders in Personal Excellence and is a sought-after mentor and performance coach. His business background is a blend of sales, marketing, and business development, combined with executive management and strategy. His social media following now exceeds 150,000. His article, "Pull the Plug on Stress," has been published twice in the Harvard Business Review. He has keynoted on four continents and has been adjunct faculty at Stanford University since 1997. He is the co-author of From Chaos to Coherence: The Power to Change Performance, and a number of scientific articles on stress and performance. His clients include Kaiser Permanente, Cisco, Mayo Clinic, Dropbox, NASA, Shell, Unilever, J&J, Stanford Business School, the International Center for Leadership in Finance, and dozens of high-performing organizations worldwide. After surviving cancer, staph infections, and double hip replacement, he created What Makes Your Heart Sing? with Emmy-award winning composer, Gary Malkin, to awaken the creative power of inspiration in individuals and organizations. His new enterprise, Renaissance Human LLC, is a creative vehicle for visionary leaders to reach their fullest potential.

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