Chat With The Experts Webinars

Beyond Resilience

Dan Diamond

Dr. Diamond has a passion for equipping people to perform under pressure. He founded and serves as the Director of the Nation’s first state-affiliated medical disaster response team. In 2010, the American Red Cross gave him the “Real Hero” award and he also received the Washington State Governor’s Award of Excellence for his work in Haiti. In 2014, Dr. Diamond received the President’s Volunteer Service Award from President Obama and he also received the Quality of Care Lifetime Achievement Award, Healthcare Heroes.

In this session, you will discover:

  • How to keep your eye on the direction that you want to go. That subtle shift will have tremendous ramifications on shifting focus away from the problem.
  • How to get people into a powerful state. PAsking the right questions gives tremendous insights needed to eliminate a victim mentality.
  • The right questions to ask during situations of high stress or crisis. Take your team from disengaged to engaged even when you don’t have all the resources you need.

Innovate the Way You Innovate

Steve Shapiro

Steve serves on the Board of Directors of the National Speakers Association and is the recipient of the Certified Speaking Professional designation, NSA’s highest earned designation. In 2015 he was inducted into the Speaker Hall of Fame.

In this session, you will discover:

  • Why innovation is important to you. Incremental changes that you might’ve been able to get away with in the past are just insufficient.
  • How to get your team to understand the need to be innovating. Past success is actually a great predictor of future failure because what happens is when you’re successful, you actually become complacent.
  • How to get started making changes to get the breakthroughs you know you need to have. Prioritize and target your efforts and innovate where you differentiate.
  • What it means to differentiate. Learn how to make sure you’re actually standing out in a crowded market.
  • Next steps in prioritizing your innovation investments. Asking others for ideas is actually a bad idea.