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Skillsoft Announces Latest Lineup of Live, Interactive Leadership Events

We are excited to announce the latest Live Events schedule! In the coming months, leading business thought leaders and best-selling authors Peter Sheahan, Erik Wahl, Robert Sutton and Judith Glaser will be featured in live, interactive leadership events.

Available to customers of the Skillsoft® Leadership Channel™, Skillsoft’s Live Events provide subscribers with cutting-edge thinking in business and leadership through live and interactive presentations featuring the most recognized and sought-after thought leaders and best-selling authors. Skillsoft produces up to seven Live Events annually and offers more than 4,000 video assets from best-selling business authors, speakers and business leaders through the Leadership Channel.

The full Live Events schedule includes:

  • March 18 at 12:00 p.m. US ET (Broadcast from Phoenix) – Flip: Counterintuitive Strategies for Turning Challenge into Opportunity, and Change into Competitive Advantage by Peter Sheahan, founder and president of global strategy consultancy ChangeLabs.  In a case-study rich session, Sheahan will explore best-practices from multiple industries that have experienced transformative change and share key insights on the importance of clarity and alignment in an organization’s strategic response to change. Sheahan will offer tips for leaders to take a fresh look at how to respond effectively to changes while collaborating across the value chain to exploit new opportunities.
  • April 9 at 2:00 p.m. US ET (Broadcast from Las Vegas) – UNThink: Rediscover Your Creative Genius by Erik Wahl, world renowned artist, author, and entrepreneur. In an interactive presentation, Wahl will encourage leaders to step outside convention to discover new and unexpected solutions to business challenges. Wahl’s UNthink program injects the daily grind with new passion to help reframe an organization’s thinking so that new creative actions become possible.
  • May 13 at 12:00 p.m. US ET (Broadcast from San Francisco) – Scaling Excellence: The Role of the Leader by Robert Sutton, esteemed professor of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University. Backed by years of research in the field, Sutton will discuss the importance of identifying and cultivating pockets of exemplary performance and why scaling excellence is a necessary skill that requires building a mindset.  Sutton shares insight on how to come to grips with two challenges of scaling excellence – getting people to do more and getting them to do it better.
  • June 10 at 12:00 p.m. US ET (Broadcast from New York City) – Conversational Intelligence: How Great Leaders Build Trust and Get Extraordinary Results by Judith Glaser, world renowned author and educator.  In a high-energy session, Judith Glaser presents a new framework for knowing just what conversations trigger the lower brain and what activates the higher-level intelligences – empathy, foresight, good judgment and trust. Through story-telling and practical exercises, Glaser translates the most groundbreaking research from the field of neuroscience into insightful, pragmatic and powerful tools and wisdom for elevating organizational success. 

The upcoming schedule of Live Events complemented by Skillsoft’s diverse content offering is a testament to our commitment to provide our customers with the tools they need to maximize leadership skills and inspire new approaches to success across teams and organizations.

To get more information about subscribing to the Leadership Channel, please visit https://www.skillsoft.com/business-solutions/leadership-development.asp.

Participants are encouraged to tweet thoughts and questions during each Live Event using the hashtag: #SkillsoftLive

Tweet This: Latest lineup of @Skillsoft Live Events features @PeterGSheahan, @ErikWahl, @work_matters and @CreatingWE http://bit.ly/1o1jqhd

 

 

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