Innovation is simpler than you might think
Thursday, 19 March 2015 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm (AEDT)
San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
In this candid online conversation I'll be providing you with 3 actions you can take immediately to cause innovation (changing what's normal) in your workplace.
Plus I will be giving you a powerful framework that you can use in your own way to ensure in the long term that innovation is integral to your workplace culture.
Check out my 4 minutes and 47 seconds video about innovation here. Should it resonate with you this candid conversation is for you.
The Ideas Architect Geoff McDonald will be joining in the conversation.
Take the Participation Ticket should you want to participate in camera in the conversation.
Take the Observer Ticket should you wish to just observe and ask questions if you wish.
I look forward to seeing you online.
Ian Berry is The Leadership Catalyzer.
He's been tailor-making experiences and interactions that guarantee better business results at less personal cost for purpose-driven leaders since 1991.
From 1974 - 1991 Ian enjoyed a very successful corporate finance career including leading a 100million AUD business unit with responsibility for over 300 employees. Ian held Branch, Regional, and State manager roles in three Australian states receiving numerous awards for his leadership, development of people, and results.
Since 1991 Ian has helped more than 1000 business owners/leaders, women and men, in over 40 countries to achieve the one thing that really matters - fully appreciating and getting the best out of yourself and other people.
Ian has played active roles on the boards of eight diverse organisations and has been instrumental in their sustainable and profitable growth, with one of these organisations (Townsend Building Services) achieving 570% growth in just under 5 years.
Ian's clients include leaders from AVIS Western Victoria, AXA Asia Pacific, Bendigo Bank, Bombardier, Crowe Horwath, EMI, Eureka Concrete, Haymes Paint, Jones Lang LaSalle, Plan Australia, Oxfam Shop, Queenslanders Credit Union, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Smurfit Kappa UK, to name just a few.