Mr. Curtis Hughes

Mr. Curtis Hughes

SpeakerMatch

Success in life is simple: Work. Together. Better.

Curtis is a well-respected and highly sought-after thought leader in the areas of digital workplace, social collaboration, Enterprise 2.0, employee engagement, IT leadership and company culture. Interactive, entertaining, and authentic.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from Charlotte, NC (US)

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Mr. Curtis Hughes
Mr. Curtis Hughes - Motivational Speaker

C5 Insight

Success in life is simple: Work. Together. Better.

Curtis is a well-respected and highly sought-after thought leader in the areas of digital workplace, social collaboration, Enterprise 2.0, employee engagement, IT leadership and company culture. Interactive, entertaining, and authentic.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from Charlotte, NC

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Mr. Curtis Hughes

C5 Insight

Success in life is simple: Work. Together. Better.

Curtis is a well-respected and highly sought-after thought leader in the areas of digital workplace, social collaboration, Enterprise 2.0, employee engagement, IT leadership and company culture. Interactive, entertaining, and authentic.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from: Charlotte, NC

For more information about booking Mr. Curtis Hughes,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/curtishughes/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

The Deadly Sins of Building a Digital Workplace
Common digital workplace mistakes being made by other organizations and how to avoid them

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Collaboration as we know it has changed dramatically over the years, as a digital transformation takes place within our organizations. In fact, it wasn't that long ago that we had to make a concerted effort to connect with one another; now that same effort is required to disconnect. So why do organizations continue to struggle to connect and engage with employees, customers, and partners? The tools used in our digital workplaces are becoming both numerous and sophisticated, but are we really better off? According to Gartner, 80% of social collaboration efforts fail to meet expectations - so if we have the tools, the technology, and the will, then why aren't we doing a better job with connecting and collaborating within our organizations? In short: Is a company that can truly work together better nothing more than a myth - a lofty goal to which we aspire but will never attain? In this session, we will tackle these questions and more, taking an in-depth look into why digital workplace initiatives often fail to meet expectations. In addition, we will discuss how changes in your approach to people can lead to enhanced user adoption, improved employee engagement, increased productivity, and a lasting digital transformation within your organization.