We are regularly invited as speakers to provide thought leadership on disruptive trends. Our audiences range from business conferences – both company and public events – to internal team brainstorming sessions. We have presented to a wide variety of public and private organisations in many industry sectors, combining thought-provoking visions of the future with practical insights and advice.
Speaking engagements include:
- Keynote Speech at a Customer Event. We can be engaged for one-time events outside of an advisory relationship.
- Online Hangouts and Webinars for Clients and their customers.
- Internal Education. We regularly present detailed analyses of customer engagement within specific industry sectors in the front end of client training programmes.
- Leaders who are aware of the disruption and potential wrought by social technologies and new business models, but don’t know how to get started. They may have concerns about losing control and want to understand how these strategies can help their organisations.
- Executives who need to understand social technologies and incorporate them not only in their business strategies but also in their leadership and learning styles.
- Leaders who are seeking to take their organisation to the next level by learning about industry trends and best practices, as well as how to prepare for the future.
This list of current Speech Topics is indicative of several iterations which have currency with our clients:
- Creating a Sustainable Social Strategy
- Managing Digital Media Disruption
- Debunking Social Business Myths
- The Future of Social Networks
- Customer Engagement and Social CRM
- Lifelong Learning Strategies for Digital Citizens
- Connected Learning
- Digital Literacy in the Workplace
- MOOCs and Open Education Resources
- Power shifts in Customer of the Future
- Developing a Digital Media Strategy
- Developing a Social CRM Strategy
- Rethinking Vocational Education and Training in your Enterprise Strategy
- The Glass House: Transparency, Disruption & Misunderstanding the Internet
- Self-Branding and the Internet