We are excited to announce the schedule for our next four Live Events! Available to customers of Skillsoft’s Leadership Development Channel and 50 Lessons and Skillsoft Leadership Advantage, these events provide subscribers with cutting-edge thinking in business and leadership through live and interactive presentations.
Over the course of the next few months, we look forward to hearing presentations from some of the most recognized and sought-after thought leaders and best-selling authors, including Susan Cain, John Kao, Seth Godin and Charles Duhigg.
The Live Events series gives us the opportunity to offer our customers rich content and conversations from distinguished industry thought leaders, which is a testament to our goal of providing our valued customers the tools they need to maximize leadership skills and inspire positive change, growth and innovation across the workplace. We hope that you will tune in and engage with our community!
The upcoming Live Events schedule includes:
- March 19 at 12:00 p.m. EDT (Broadcast from New York, NY) – Quiet: How to Harness the Strengths of Introverts to Change How We Work, Lead, and Innovate by Susan Cain, best-selling author. Drawing on her original research and the latest in neuroscience and psychology, Susan will radically change views of the best way to develop leaders, manage teams, make smart hires and stimulate innovation.
- April 16 at 12:00 p.m. EDT (Broadcast from Washington D.C.) – Jamming: The Art of Getting Innovation Done by John Kao, innovation activist and best-selling author. Using a piano to illustrate how jazz is a guiding metaphor for business, John will "jam" on stage during the live webcast and share the keys to innovation that he taught at Harvard University.
- May 14 at 11:00 a.m. EDT (Broadcast from Orlando, FL at 2013 Global Skillsoft Perspectives) – Pick Yourself: Success, Impact and Relevance in the Creative Economy by Seth Godin, best-selling author, entrepreneur and marketing expert. Seth will share his vision of the new economy and how professionals can draw out those discretionary qualities of initiative, creativity and passion of themselves and from those within their organizations to build competitive advantage in this turbulent marketplace.