Growing your impact and influence in a data driven world
With Karen Dietz, PhD -- maximizing compelling communication for Technology & Life Science leaders
For technology and life science leaders to be effective and be at the top of their game, they need to continually develop and hone their:
- Abilities to guide other ins finding actionable insights from data
- Tell the data story with impact
- Build connections and relationships across the organization
- Deliver presentations that inspire and influence
- Convey a compelling technology vision that engages
- Deliver narratives that move people to action
- Develop word-of-mouth marketing that wins the talent wars
Otherwise your ability to connect fast, move fast, innovate fast, and influence fast dramatically suffers.
It's time to turn data into communication that moves people, share in powerful ways that brings you the resources you need, and use next gen principles to find insights from data that deliver business value.
Never be boring and don't get left behind.
Have more impact & influence
Realize your technology and business Goals
With the power of impactful communication, you have influence, and business gets done.
You authentically and meaningfully connect with others.
You gain accelerated leadership, influence, engagement, alignment, and higher performing teams.
Compelling communication is at the heart of every business event -- large or small. Join Karen today (bestselling author, speaker, coach) to easily generate more results through the power of impactful communication.
Clients have included Walt Disney Imagineering, Citrix, California Bank & Trust, Avery Dennison, Thrivent Financial, Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, Princess Cruises, to name just a few.
Karen was recruited by John Wiley to write the bestselling book "Business Storytelling for Dummies" which she wrote with Lori Silverman. She has also contributed to 8 other top ranked books in the field.
Karen is a TEDx speaker who opened the 2013 San Diego TEDx event.
"I view the role of IT, the role of the CIO as being frankly one of the most important, if not the most important role at the leadership table today. Because company CIOs that can’t understand how to use technology to change their business models are going to find themselves somewhat out of jobs” — Jeff Immelt, CEO, GE (speaking at an IT Conference, quoted this as his biggest piece of advice for CIOs)