San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
As communications professionals, we often see innovation as happening elsewhere - ideas and initiatives created by other teams or outsourced to agencies- rather than bringing creativity into their everyday workplace.
Innovation should be something we do instinctively. It can inject a freshness that’s not only rewarding and collaborative, but from a business perspective also makes us more competitive.
So how can we stay on track, inject creativity into our everyday work, without losing focus?
This event explores how to remove barriers, gain an outside perspective and keep us switched on to new ways of working. With a panel of innovation experts and practitioners, be prepared for a lively discussion with ideas, practical tips and some disruptive thinking along the way.
Our panel of speakers:
Cesar Lastra - innovation expert and international speaker
Dik Veenman - founder of The Right Conversation and expert in dialogue and effective team conversations, including brainstorms
Ezri Carlebach - innovation consultant, writer and lecturer
Gorkan Ahmetoglu - business and consumer psychologist and Director of Digital Enterprise at Goldsmiths College
Ticket price includes entry to the event, drinks and nibbles.
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IABC UK is the local chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators – the global organisation for people working in business communications. It offers members a global forum to develop professional skills, share knowledge of and develop best practice in communications and to discuss important issues affecting the profession.