EWIN SIG - Connectional Intelligence: How to Get Big Things Done

When:  Jan 19, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (ET)
Associated with  Executive Women in Nonprofits

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Connectional Intelligence: How to Get Big Things Done


Success and leadership are often attributed to having smarts, passion and luck. But, in our current hyper-competitive work, even those gifts are not enough. Erica Dhawan argues that the game changer is a thoroughly modern skill called Connectional Intelligence—a skill that anyone can attain. In this session you will learn what is involved and how you can use connectional intelligence to unleash the breakthrough competitive advantage you need to succeed as a nonprofit leader in the 21st century. Erica will share secrets of how the world’s movers and shakers, including a dynamic panel of pioneers, use Connectional Intelligence to achieve their goals and ultimately get big things done at work and in life.

About the Presenter

edpic.jpgErica Dhawan is the Founder & CEO of Cotential, a global consultancy that helps organizations transform by delivering collaboration across teams, units, costumers, and other stakeholders. As one of today’s most provocative business thinkers on the future of work, Erica advises leaders and organizations to lead through innovations that matter, increase value for customers and clients, deliver sustainable results and ensure future competitiveness. She is the co-author of the bestselling book Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence rated #1 on What Corporate America is reading.

An in-demand speaker, consultant and writer, Erica Dhawan serves as a board member to Deloitte’s Inclusion External Advisory Council and Lufthansa Innovation Hub and is also a member of the Aspen Institute Society, World Economic Forum Global Shapers, Milken Young Leaders and the Young Entrepreneur Council. More at http://ericadhawan.com and http://cotentialgroup.com


Registration

NYSAE SIG registration is limited. Please RSVP by Wednesday, January 17 to Jennifer Ian, CAE at JIan@thoracic.org and await confirmation. A list of confirmed attendees will be distributed in advance. No walk-ins please! 

Eligibility to Attend

Open to chief executives of philanthropic organizations, professional societies or trade associations (i.e., full time CEO, COO, executive director, vice president, director level, board member). Participation is free as a membership benefit of NYSAE. Guests may attend up to three SIG meetings and are then invited to join NYSAE.

 
About the EWIN SIG

The Executive Women in Nonprofits provides an opportunity for women in leadership roles to engage in interactive high-level discussions with like-minded peers. EWIN’s goal is to build relationships, test new ideas, receive feedback, and inspire one another. Together we face the challenges of managing our careers by sharing practices from multiple perspectives. For more information, contact Linda Ferm, CAE at fermink@nyc.rr.com


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Location

Kellen
355 Lexington Avenue, 15th floor
(between 40 & 41 Street)
New York, NY 10017

Contact

Jennifer Ian

JIan@thoracic.org