We’re super excited to announce that Jamie Notter & Maddie Grant will headline our forthcoming customer and partner conference, Collective 2014, in Orlando, Florida with a keynote titled “Creating Cultures that Work.” The session will focus on the pace of organizational culture change alongside important trends like generational shift and the social media revolution. Attendees will be invited to discuss leadership strategy in light of these competing forces and how today’s pressures are demanding important changes in the way we lead and manage our organizations.
“People are at the heart of what drives us at Sitrion every day.” Said Daniel Kraft CEO of Sitrion. Our vision is to Make Work Better, which aligns beautifully with what Jamie and Maddie call the 'people centric organization'. From people centric process to a more collaborative work style, the cultural shift they propose is key to every company's success. I am so excited to have Jamie and Maddie opening the conference and I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I will”.
Jamie and Maddie are respected bloggers, consultants and authors. Their recent book “Humanize – how people centric organizations succeed in a social world” is an exploration of the future of leadership and management. “Humanize offers practical content and insightful thinking that will help businesses make the deep changes needed to thrive in today’s social world.”—Mike Smith, author of Matchpoint and President of Forbes.com said on the Humanize website. The book identifies 12 ways to lead and manage differently that allows leaders to tap into what makes us human. With themes like decentralization, transparency and systems thinking this session at the Collective is one not to be missed.
Jamie and Maddie will appear on the Collective 2014 main stage on Tuesday, May 13, and will also host a follow up workshop the same day where conference delegates will have unrestricted access to ask them questions, share stories and listen to case studies. You can purchase their book on Amazon.com.
Collective registrations are now open, and space is limited.