July 2015 Program – Charlotte, NC
Get Going Faster: next generation communication strategies that shorten organizational time to performance during change
Manager, Live Online Interaction Associates
July 9, 2015
Cone Building, Room 111
UNCC Main Campus
5:30 - 6:30: Registration, Networking, and Food
6:30 - 8:00: Presentation.
15.00 USD for ISPI Charlotte Members, 25.00 USD for Guests
How do you help remote, distributed, and/or global organizations get on the same page and get going about an idea - fast? How do you introduce a change and create momentum to move forward together when typical communication strategies fail in this decentralized, ambiguous, often boundary-less, and unpredictable world of work?
In this session, we’ll dissect the business imperatives that are creating the need for next generation communication strategies that accelerate change adoption. We will discuss techniques and tools for syndicating ideas at scale and getting a return on involvement in your workforce change initiatives.
Learn why the shifting workplace ecology is changing the way we learn and communicate across the workplace…and why this shift to next generation communication is becoming a rapid business imperative.
- Identify how the relationship between the change adoption curve and the cascading transition curve slows time to performance
- Uncover the mismatch between our current communication methods and the needs of the evolving workplace.
- Discover the key characteristics of next generation communication tools and walk away with one strategy that can help increase alignment and involvement in your change
Dana helps organizations design interactive and engaging processes that help distributed groups make better decisions together. She works at Interaction Associates, named one of the top 20 leadership development consulting firms by Training Magazine for 3 years running. She was published in an Entrepreneur Magazine article called For More Productive Meetings, Throw Out Your Conference Table in 2014.