Communicate Like An Executive To Get Your Ideas Heard

Do you want to be a leader who gets noticed by the C-suite, and is known as someone who can add value to any strategic conversation? Then you must learn to communicate like an executive – whether you hold an executive title, or not.

In order to be heard; in order to present effective business cases; in order to get approval to make the changes you want to make; you must be able to communicate in a way that executives can relate to, and understand.

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Who wants to go to Sioux Falls, South Dakota in the middle of winter? I do!

I’m honored to have been invited to join in on the first DisruptHR Sioux Falls event on March 9, 2017. They’re even going to let me speak twice, which means double the fun!

Date: March 9, 2017
Event: DisruptHR Sioux Falls
Topic: "Next Practices vs Best Practices: The Different Between Disruption And Destruction Of HR
Sponsor: DisruptHR Sioux Falls
Venue: The Bakery
Location: 910 N Main Ave
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104
United States
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.

To inquire about Jennifer's availability for your upcoming event - http://unbridledtalent.com/contact

4 Steps to Build An Effective Business Case and Gain Executive Approval

As a business leader, you fill a critical role inside your company. You lead or initiate key projects that can positively – or negatively – impact business performance.


As a result, you must master the art of building (and selling) an effective business case in order to gain executive approval to implement key strategies necessary to achieve strategic business objectives.

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