Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
Registration https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/832747566 “Avoiding Potholes and Landmines: How to Effectively Win the Hearts and Minds of the C-Suite” with Scott Leeb
Information professionals do great work. However, when it comes to gaining traction, visibility and influence with senior executives, we tend to fall woefully short. Sadly, in many cases we are our own worst enemy – we fail to undertake basic activities that if we executed on smartly we would greatly aid our cause. This webinar examines why we fall short and what we can do to establish credibility and influence within the C-suite.
Identify common communication pitfalls
Develop strategies to gain better traction in the C-suite
Learn new processes and frameworks to influence executives
About the presenter:
Scott Leeb is the Managing Director, Knowledge Management for the Rockefeller Foundation, whose philanthropic mission is to promote the well-being of people throughout the world. In this position, he is responsible for implementing and managing a centralized function for gathering and accessing all of the Rockefeller Foundation’s extensive information resources to ensure that collective knowledge capital is leveraged to support the Foundation’s operations. Prior to this, Scott created and managed the global business intelligence programs at Prudential Retirement (financial services), The McGraw-Hill Companies (a publishing and media company), KPMG (a professional services firm) and Ingram Micro (a Fortune 100 technology firm). He began his career as a senior intelligence analyst for the US Army, specializing in East Asian political-military affairs. Scott holds MAs from The Australian National University and Columbia University, a BA from Yale University and a language certificate from Beijing University.
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