The willingness of a community to innovate together lies in the culture that you build with its members, together or virtually. Putting the ‘co’ in co-creation means innovating in a joint, collaborative environment. There must be a two-way communication, and the collaboration must be ongoing. Successful co-creation is a long-term game, not a short-term ideas contest or a publicity stunt. It requires strategy and skill to build community members’ capacities to unleash trust and co create. Jackie Lauer will share tips from 20 years of building high performance cultures, and speak through the lens of neuroscience as it relates to building trust in relationships for increased innovation.
Passionate about leadership development and culture, Jackie grew her career leading technology sales teams at companies like ITI and Nortel. With a passion to create great leaders and high performing cultures she pursued multiple certifications in coaching, change management, emotional intelligence, neuroleadership, and mediation.
For the past 19 years she has led a boutique consultancy specializing in building high-performing happy workplace with the science of positive psychology and neuroleadership. Her client lists include organizations like Department of National Defence, Axonify, Loblaws, Plum, House of Commons, City of Barrie, University of Gwelph, Degero, eSentire and many more.
She has been a startup mentor helping technology CEOs grow and scale their businesses at Communitech and the Accelerator Centre. She is often invited as a keynote speaker on topics related to culture, change, leadership, mindfulness, EQ, conversational intelligence and innovation. Best of all, she has a no BS approach, an infectious laugh and loves what she does.
Date January 27, 2021
Time 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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|Non-Members and Guests||$30|