During this unprecedented time of change and uncertainty, we must collaborate faster and more often than ever before. We feel like we’re connected – but are we really? How do we build inclusive and inspired cultures remotely? In this interactive program, expert Erica Dhawan teaches you the art and science of Digital Body Language, the key to 21st century collaboration in our modern workplace. This virtual session will help you replace the challenges of digital work and build a culture of maniacal clarity that fosters the highest performing teams and business relationships.
Insights from the session include:
- Learn the digital body language signals and cues that you are broadcasting (even if you don't intend to) that foster inclusion or exclusion
- Show others you understand their feelings and hear their ideas using digital empathy — even in emails, conference calls, video meetings, and IMs
- Learn how to keep cross-team collaborations aligned, build trust, and foster motivation digitally
- Build trust and connection, no matter the distance.
Erica Dhawan is the world’s leading authority on 21st century Collaboration and Connectional Intelligence.
She challenges audiences and organizations to unlock the collective power of teams, business units, customers and other stakeholders. Her newest research – Digital Body Language – decodes the new signals and cues of effective collaboration in a digital-first human workplace.
Erica Dhawan is the Founder & CEO of Cotential, a global organization that helps companies, leaders, and managers leverage 21st century collaboration skills and behaviors to improve game changing performance.
She is the co-author of the bestselling book Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence, named #1 on What Corporate America is Reading. Dhawan was named by Thinkers50 as “The Oprah of Management Ideas” and featured as one of the emerging management thinkers most likely to shape the future of business. She hosts the award-winning podcast ‘Masters of Leadership.’
Erica speaks on global stages ranging from the World Economic Forum at Davos and TED to companies such as Coca-Cola, Fedex, Goldman Sachs, Walmart, SAP, and Cisco. Erica writes for Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fast Company. She has degrees from Harvard University, MIT Sloan, and The Wharton School.