Collaborate to Innovate
Participants convened in Las Vegas to learn from neuroscientist Dee O’Neill Warren and best-selling author Tim Sanders. The experts provided practical strategizing tools for maximizing existing talent to make decisions and solve problems in a team environment. Charged with getting rid of the tired notion of “thinking outside the box,” participants walked away realizing the power of disruptive collaboration to innovate the next big breakthroughs for their businesses.
Be Bold and Courageous: Driving Results with Innovative Leadership
Providing a preview for the Innovate workshop in Las Vegas, Dee O’Neill Warren hosted the webinar, “Be Bold and Courageous: Driving Results with Innovative Leadership.” Warren provided a deeper dive into the neuroscience that drives effective leadership and collaboration. Attendees learned about the engines of the brain and how to leverage them creatively for maximizing productivity and building a successful business.
Stop Barking: Unleash Leadership Communication Skills
Productive Leaders’ Dr. Mary C. Kelly hosted her post-workshop webinar, “Stop Barking: Unleash Leadership Communication Skills.” During the webinar, Dr. Kelly provided participants with the tools they need to improve communication habits between colleagues, craft more effective emails and foster authentic and fruitful business relationships.
Adapt to Win
In Las Vegas, gaming industry leaders from across the country convened to hear from Dr. Mary C. Kelly, who showed the power of adaptability in the workplace. Challenging participants to think on their feet and work with their ever-changing environments, Dr. Kelly provided participants tools to shift their strategic vision, improve productivity and communication in the workplace and bolster their leadership with a proactive action plan.
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