Ever see red?
It's called being defensive and turns out, it is the single greatest inhibitor to true collaboration.
Jim Tamm shares years of experience in getting out of the red zone and cultivating a "green zone" attitude.
Jim Tamm is a former law professor and senior administrative law judge for the state of California.
He mediated nearly 2,000 employment disputes and handed down legal decisions that impacted national labor policy.
He’s worked for 40 years in the field of alliance building and conflict resolution, and is an expert in building collaborative workplace environments.
He’s the author of “Radical Collaboration".
Dr. Mary Donohue is an advocate of revolutionizing today’s workforce through technology and internal talent. Mary is the founder of the Donohue Learning Systems™, designing communication training that provides people with a roadmap to achieve a better work/life balance. Mary is known for enhancing communication skills in a matter of minutes, and breaking patterns that have been accumulated over a lifetime. She is passionate about helping people understand the nine essential conversations in life – and inspiring people to become more ethical leaders. In 2015, Mary was named as one of the 18 Outstanding Women in Tech, and Diversity MBA’s Top 50 Under 50. She is a regular television personality, and her work has been published across The Huffington Post and Financial Post. ...
Doug McColgin talks about how we feel pressured to network with those in the same background, company, or sector, but great discovery exists in connections with those outside of our work-world. We can leverage our local community to drive breakthrough innovations, but we have to find those who think differently than ourselves. McColgin is actively working to build Indianapolis into an innovation center through his role as Board President at the non-profit Centric and his work at the Carmel-based consultancy, Insight2. He also one of the founders of Indy's Day of Innovation Conference and Indiana Innovation Awards. Is it possible for a mid-market, Midwestern city to inspire, create, and support real innovation from its residents? YES, by creating a liquid environment where ideas are shared among the four pillars of an innovation economy: business, non-profit, academia, and government. ...
Chris Bailey has been obsessed with the subject of productivity for more than a decade. In this talk, he argues that productivity doesn't have to feel cold and corporate—and that it’s possible to get more done every day without hating the process. Drawing from a decade's worth of research, as well as his yearlong productivity project, Chris argues that the best way to become more productive is to manage our time, attention, and energy better. In addition to sharing this more human approach to productivity, Chris concludes by providing 5 practical ways we can all get more done every day. Chris has experimented with every productivity technique under the sun including what it’s like to live like a caveman! His book "The Productivity Project" is based on his innovative research and underlines the claim that Chris might be the most productive man you’d ever hope to meet. When Chris graduated from University, he received two full-time job offers but decided to decline them both to dedicate a full year of his life to exploring his passion: productivity. Over the past decade, his experimentation continued and his work has received national and international media attention from The New York Times, Fortune, Fast Company, Lifehacker, New York Magazine, and countless others. Every month his work is read by about 200,000 people from almost every country around the world. Y ...