NOTE: Member registration is open. Non-member registration opens on May 19th.
Most of us spend more than half of our time in meetings, and many of those meetings can be unproductive, unfocused, or even completely unnecessary. According to various resources, with 11 million meetings happening everyday just in the US, unnecessary meetings cost US businesses ~$37 billion each year!
Now more than ever, with more meetings happening virtually, more frequently, with more attendees than before, the skill to run an effective meeting is more relevant than ever before.
During this session we will learn about Model Meetings®, a pragmatic framework enabling us to drive business value by increasing clarity, purpose, and focus in all meetings.
The Model Meetings® framework is designed to deliver maximum results with minimum time invested. Learn more about this framework in this interactive session.
About our Facilitators:
Rita J. King is co-director and EVP for Business Development at Science House (see below). She is a futurist who works with senior leadership teams around the world to take ideas from mind to market and design organizations that can get things done.
She has served as Innovator-in-Residence at IBM and futurist at NASA Langley’s think-tank. Rita is currently a futurist at the Science and Entertainment Exchange of the National Academy of Sciences, for which she invents technologies, novel characters, and story architecture.
She is a Salzburg Global Fellow with a focus on art, science and culture, and a LinkedIn Influencer with a million and a half readers. Features by her or about her work have appeared globally, from The New York Times to CNN, TIME, Fast Company, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inc., Entrepreneur, The Design Observer, the BBC, Le Figaro, Psychology Today and many more. Rita is the creator of the Imagination Age (featured here in Forbes), a way to navigate between the Industrial Era, which is fading, but not gone, and the Intelligence Era, which is coming, but not here.
James Jorasch, founder of Science House, is a named inventor on nearly 750 U.S. issued patents focused on how people use machines and technology. His patents are currently owned or licensed by companies such as Facebook, Groupon, Zynga, eBay and Priceline.
A chess expert, memory competitor, and improv comedy teacher, James is a frequent speaker at conferences and has appeared on CNN, in The Atlantic Monthly, and Forbes. Psychology Today’s profile of James called him the “Father of Invention.”
Prior to starting Science House, James was Head of Inventing at Walker Digital where he helped incubate a number of businesses over a 15 year period, including Priceline.com. Before joining Walker Digital, James was a management consultant with Deloitte & Touche. He received a B.S. and M.B.A. degree from Cornell University.
About Science House:
Science House is a strategic consultancy on a mission to bring clarity to your purpose. We do this by applying the scientific method to business at the intersection of technology and humanity. At Science House we say innovation without imagination is directionless and imagination without innovation is philosophy. We bring imagination and innovation together in pragmatic ways to transform the way people work. Our clients include four out of ten of Forbes' most admired companies. We work across industries.
Adil Ibrahim, Vice President, Programs – email@example.com