Better communication saves time in organizations. It increases trust and reduces the conflicts and mistakes that cost today’s organizations too much wasted time and money. In this interactive keynote, Jonathan will explore communication through the lens of neuroscience to learn how to become a transformative communicator in any situation.
Good leaders transform organizations. They enable staff to see possibilities and map opportunities to business goals that sustain their organization. This keynote explores how inspiring leadership is not a position but a mission. Not about holding authority but taking responsibility. And it’s about having loyal followers.
The greatest tragedy in contemporary education is we teach people to do things but we don’t teach them to learn. In our world of constant change and turmoil, tomorrow’s successful organizations and educators will be marked by how well they consistently apply learning techniques to stay on top of their game.
You’ve probably heard it. “If you’re not on Facebook, you’re so last century.” Or a colleague gives you an incredulous “raise of the eyebrow” when you tell them you don’t have a Twitter account. In this exciting keynote, Jonathan will look at three key dynamics of digital media and discuss why it’s OK if you’re not on Twitter or Facebook. He’ll explore social media and digita...