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We’re witnessing the greatest fundamental shift the world has ever seen in the way we organize, collaborate, connect and contribute. Whether it’s empowered clients connecting with your brand in new ways or engaged employees amplifying their voices, the walls that have divided us are crumbling down.

Leading this evolution is a new generation disrupting every industry and market segment they occupy. Digitally charged and hyperconnected, they are rewriting the rules of engagement. In response to this dynamic shift, a new ethos and view of the world will be required by brands today—one that’s more human, authentic and accessible to all.

In this session, Seth Mattison will bring to life this new networked view of the world. He’ll offer new insights, best practice recommendations and actionable tools to foster long-term loyalty and brand preference among the next generation of consumers.

We are entering the greatest period of business transformation the world has ever known. The constant state of disruption we are experiencing mandates a bold new approach to leadership.

This program is designed to help leaders prepare to navigate a new business landscape where the pace of change is elevating and collaboration is the key ingredient to unleashing the innovation required to compete and win. Supported with cutting-edge research and category-leading case studies, Seth Mattison will prepare audience participants today for what is going to be required to compete and thrive tomorrow.

Attendees of The Future of Work Today will gain:

  • Deep insights into what’s coming next in the new world of work for leaders at all levels
  • Unique perspectives on the macro drivers of change and a deep understanding of how employees’ attitudes and behaviors are evolving
  • A new framework to see beyond the fads and more clearly understand the trends certain to impact the business landscape over the coming decade

For future-focused organizations to succeed in the 21st century, a bold approach to management is needed. An approach where freedom, trust and experimentation are not only embraced but encouraged.

The challenge is most organizations today have been constructed upon a model not built for this century. A model based on principles of top-down command and control, centralized power and information. Characteristics not equipped for the dynamic changes happening in the new world of work.

In this program, Seth Mattison offers a fresh perspective and call to action for leadership mavericks and trailblazers at all levels to begin the work of dismantling the rigid fixed structures holding organizations back from thriving in the new world of work.

Attendees of The Shift will gain:

  • Deep insights into the make-or-break challenges and roadblocks that hold leaders back from unleashing freedom inside the organization
  • Fresh perspectives on the changing landscape and management models for developing talent and driving innovation
  • Confidence to challenge the status quo and a clear set of guideposts for conducting high-value, low-risk management experiments
  • A framework to guide their journey into the new world of work

As our world becomes increasingly dynamic and connected, the classically standard ways in which we work have simply become irrelevant in today’s workforce. Many companies are struggling not only to understand and accept this certainty, but more importantly to identify the key catalysts behind this transformation. Patty McCord explores how demographics, technology and consumer transparency have already changed the way we work, explains why the idea of a “permanent employee” is no longer a realistic prospect, and encourages audiences to look to the future. In this innovative, informative and forward-thinking presentation, McCord emboldens audiences to embrace change and provides critical insight for companies that want to be ahead of the game as the future of work continues to advance.

We all know it’s easy to be busy without being productive in our hyperconnected reality. This keynote offers a new mindset and skillset for discerning what is essential, eliminating what is not, and removing obstacles in order to make execution as effortless as possible.

Becoming successful is one thing but it’s another thing altogether to become successful at success. This keynote teaches the essential mindset and skillset needed to go from being successful to very successful—the answers will surprise.

The first half of innovation is fun and easy: it’s brainstorming, Post-It notes, exploration, iteration and ideation. The second half is rarer but it’s where the breakthrough value lies. This keynote teaches how to select only the most valuable ideas and how to execute them effortlessly.

Whether you are building a new brand or strengthening an existing brand, understanding and developing your signature voice is critical to your success. Equally important is where and how you share your message. Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer of WWE, will discuss how she has grown her own personal brand and lessons learned over the years while helping build WWE in parallel. She will speak to examples from her personal experience across media appearances, special events and partnerships, as well as how she developed her social media strategy to make her one of the most followed and influential executives.

You will learn:

  • The importance of an authentic social media strategy.
  • The importance of networking and staying connected.
  • How to communicate clearly and effectively.
  • How to reach the most valuable influencers.

Jim McNerney (Exclusively WSB)

Innovation is more critical than ever to succeeding in business, as globalization and digitization now offsets many other competitive advantages such as cost, capacity and supply-chain availability. Done right, innovation drives customer success and loyalty and financial success. But Jim McNerney believes innovation has to be more actively managed than any other activity, needs support and funding through step function changes in productivity in the business base, and when done successfully, is the primary reason “the best of the best” will want to join your company. Using his history of executive leadership at The Boeing Company, 3M and GE, McNerney explores the intersection of innovation, leadership and global competition, and the pitfalls that can occur when too much innovation happens too fast—or when innovation’s pace does not meet market or competitive requirements.

Why can some people sell anything while others struggle to hit a quota? Care. Great salespeople consistently show their customers how much they care. Audiences get 5 Stages of Selling – a process-driven framework he developed from 25 years selling software, SEAL missions and over 10 million units of his inventions. His easy-to-implement “storyselling” approach can boost sales to your highest levels.

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