Upcoming Events

Tune in to live and interactive business leadership presentations featuring well recognized thought leaders from various industries.

The Experimental Organization: Designing Employee Experiences So People Want to Show Up to Work

November 15th @ 12:00 PM

Jacob MorganPresenter: Jacob Morgan
Jacob Morgan is one of the world’s leading authorities on the future of work, employee experience, and how the workplace is changing. He is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and futurist who advises business leaders and organizations around the world.

Based on Jacob Morgan's ongoing research of the world’s most forward thinking organizations he will explore how to design this type of an organization that focuses on culture, technology, and the physical workspace. The future of work is all about the employee experience.

You Will Learn:
  • Why and how the workplace is changing
  • The three employee experience environments: culture, physical space, and technology
  • Employee experience vs employee engagement
  • How to design and create employee experiences
  • What employees care about most in the workplace
  • What some of the world’s most forward thinking organizations are doing

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Igniting Creativity: Dismantling the Barriers to New Ideas

Feburary 6th @ 12:00 PM

Presenter: Michael Roberto
Dr. Michael A. Roberto teaches leadership, managerial decision making, and business strategy as the Trustee Professor of Management at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. He brings real-world business skills to the classroom from his years of consulting at and teaching in the leadership development programs of a number of firms.

Leaders claim to want bold, transformative ideas, yet obstacles to creativity arise at every turn. In this session, Michael Roberto describes the six organizational mindsets that inhibit creativity in many enterprises. These mindsets represent powerful obstacles that must be dismantled for the creative process to thrive.

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Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence

March 6th @ 12:00 PM

 ericaPresenter: Erica Dhawan
Erica Dhawan is on mission to accelerate the collaboration and connectivity of your employees, teams, customers, clients, and other stakeholders. As a researcher at Harvard,she co-authored the first book on connectional intelligence, and now as CEO of Cotential.

Strategist Erica Dhawan argues that the game changer is a thoroughly modern skill called Connectional Intelligence (CxQ). In this this dynamic, engaging, high-energy, fast-paced keynote Dhawan will help participants understand the practice of using connectional intelligence as the key to professional success and leadership in the 21st century.

You Will Learn: 

  • How anyone can excel not just through skills and smarts, but through Connectional Intelligence
  • Keys to leveraging your networks and connections, and creating contagious positive results
  • Successful tactics used to address connectional overload and in changing turbulent times
  • How leaders create deep connection of fierce loyalty and respect from their team and customers
  • How connectionally intelligent leaders outperform the competition and create remarkable results

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The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing

April 12th @ 11:00 AM

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Presenter: Daniel Pink
One of the world’s leading business minds, Daniel Pink’s forward-thinking ideas and blockbuster books are reshaping how organizations approach innovation, motivation and talent. In 2011, Harvard Business Review and Thinkers50 named him one of the top 30 business thinkers in the world.

We all know that timing is everything. Trouble is, we don’t know much about timing itself. In this provocative and entertaining presentation, multiple New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink will show that timing is a really a science – one we can use to make smarter decisions, enhance our productivity, and boost the performance of our organizations.

You Will Learn:

  • Why breaks are more important than we realize and what the emerging science reveals about the kinds of breaks that are most restorative for the modern workplace
  • How the hidden pattern of the day affects our analytic and creative capabilities – and how simple work rearrangements can improve our effectiveness
  • Why reaching the midpoint of a project sometimes drags us down and other times fires us up – and how to tell the difference,
  • The four ways that endings shape our behavior and how to use endings to spark motivation, improve customer experiences, and deepen a sense of meaning and purpose in the workplace,
  • How groups synchronize in time – and how leaders can use the three rules of “synching fast and slow” to turbocharge team performance.

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