Presented on: Tuesday, May 3rd at 12:00 PM EDT
Have you heard the call to return to the office? Instead of going “back” to work, shouldn’t we go forward? The pandemic forced organizations and teams to adapt to new, often better, ways of operating. So why not skip “returning to normal” and redesign work based on what we learned in crisis? In this deep-dive webinar, New York Times bestselling author and award-winning speaker Keith Ferrazzi and coauthor Kian Gohar will show you how to shape your organization to remain competitive in a new post-pandemic context.
You will learn how to develop radical adaptability and learn actionable advice, including how to:
About the authors:
Keith Ferrazzi is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning speaker, investor, philanthropist, and executive team coach who helps teams transform enterprises. As Founder and Chairman of Ferrazzi Greenlight and its applied research institute, he coaches executive teams in top organizations to achieve transformative outcomes by harnessing Radical Adaptability and Co-Elevation®. He is recognized as one of the world’s most sought-after executive team coaches. Ferrazzi is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Who’s Got Your Back, Never Eat Alone, Leading Without Authority, and Competing in the New World of Work. He formerly served as CMO and Head of Sales at Deloitte and Starwood Hotels.
Kian Gohar inspires the world's leading organizations to harness innovation and moonshots to solve complex problems. A former executive director of the XPRIZE Foundation and Singularity University, Kian has coached the leadership teams of dozens of Fortune 500 companies. He is a sought-after public speaker on innovation and featured on CNBC, NPR, and Axios. He co-authored Competing in the New World of Work. Visit https://www.kian.is/about for additional information.
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