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Charlene Li is the founder and CEO of Altimeter Group and the author of the New York Times bestseller, Open Leadership. She is an expert on social media and technologies. As an authority in the field of leadership, especially in social businesses, Charlene Li gives lively, informative talks and energizes her audience.
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Charlene Li is an authority in the field of digital leadership. She is one of the foremost experts on social media and technologies and a consultant and independent thought leader on strategy, social technologies, interactive media and marketing.
Charlene Li was vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, worked in online newspaper publishing, and was a consultant with Monitor Group. In 2010 she was appointed one of the 100 most creative people in business by Fast Company and one of the most influential women in technology 2009. Charlene Li is frequently quoted by leading media channels such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Reuters, and The Associated Press.
She is a highly-sought after public speaker and has keynoted top conferences such as the World Business Forum, World Economic Forum, American Society of Association Executives, SXSW, and Web 2.0.Charlene is a graduate of Harvard Business School and received a magna cum laude degree from Harvard College.
Charlene is the right speaker whether you are kicking off an event or reworking your strategy. She is inspiring while being at the same time eminently approachable. She has advised some of the largest global companies on how they can thrive with disruption.
Digital and social technologies have revolutionized relationships – and leadership is not immune. Despite the pressure to engage, leaders remain on the sidelines, paralyzed by fear and the unknown. To be a true digital leader requires a metamorphosis: you must connect directly by listening, sharing, and engaging using digital technologies. This metamorphosis is not easy, comfortable, or painless. You will also discuss common objections and concerns of leaders – and how to address them.
Drawing on Charlene Li’s latest book The Engaged Leader, this session can be delivered as a keynote or as a workshop for executives and leaders. In Charlene’s presentation, you will learn:
• Why leaders need to master a new way of developing relationships, which begins by stepping out of traditional hierarchies
• How to listen at scale, share to shape, and engage to transform
• The art of making this transformative mind shift
• The science of applying the right tools to meet your strategic goals
Talk with your customers. Listen to your employees. These are long-time, well tested truisms of business. At the core, sites like Facebook are transforming the nature of relationships – and with that, what it means to be a leader. New forms of technology require “Open Leadership”, a new approach that today’s leaders must adopt to be effective. In this presentation, Charlene helps audiences to feel in command in a world where they’re no longer in control. For example, how open, how transparent, how authentic and how real do you need to be?
• Understand how social media is changing how relationships are formed, and how you can give up control but stay in command.
• Learn the ways you and your company can be open – and determine how open you need to be.
• Create a robust open strategy, including what to do, as well as not to do, when it comes to using social technologies.
• Identify the key traits of an open leader and an open organization.
• Top five things you need to know to get started.
Facebook. Blogs. Twitter. Many companies have dabbled in these and other social technologies. But almost all of these efforts are one-off technology deployments, instead of being part of a master plan on how to engage customers and employees on a strategic level. We’ll look at how companies are able to realize concrete benefits and achieve strategic goals with social technologies, and provide steps on how to get started with your own social strategy. In this presentation, you will learn:
• How companies can engage successfully with customers, partners, and employees through and with social technologies.
• The seven elements of a coherent social business strategy.• How to you set up the organization and establish governance throughout the organization to support a social business strategy.
• How you measure the impact of social initiatives against strategic business goals.
New technologies pop up every day that allow us to now connect and communicate with employees in real time. Yet organizations are wired for a by-gone era when there was the luxury of time and proximity. Charlene makes the case to develop a new mindset, one that’s centered on creating a long-term relationship with employees that melds holistically with creating great experiences for customers.
In this presentation, you will learn:
• How to evolve employee engagement tactics and campaigns into a holistic employee relationship strategy
• How to use digital, social, and mobile tools to engage employees• How to anticipate and meet the needs of dynamic customers with an adaptive organization capable of acting faster than real time
• How to develop the leadership mindset required to inspire and employee relationship efforts throughout the organization
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