leading an innovative culture

keynote

ideal group size:

25+ attendees

duration:
45 - 90 mins*
*additional breakout activities available

speaker:

matt dunsmoor

leading an innovative culture

We all talk about making our companies and teams "more innovative," but what does that really mean and how do we actually do it?

Learn what it takes to create an environment where your team members can truly unleash their ideas in this honest and invigorating look at the almighty buzzword: "innovation." Attendees can expect to leave this keynote excited, optimistic, and well-equipped to become the types of leaders that enable innovation at every turn.   

highlights:

Examine the key pillars
The foundation of innovative company cultures is laid upon two primary pillars: Shared Identity and Trust. During this talk, we will discuss what each one means and what it takes to create them.

Clear the clutter

When getting people to imagine more, many of the things we typically use as motivation or inspiration are what is actually getting in our way. We'll talk about what needs to be in the innovation conversation and what does more harm than good.

Learn the science

When it comes to motivation, management theory is no match for human biology. Building a work environment that nourishes & directs healthy brain chemistry is core to unleashing your team's potential.

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about the speaker:

A former product manager and evolutionary workplace coach, Matt is obsessed with creating a more human-focused future of work. He specializes in company culture, innovation, purpose, and leadership. His lighthearted approach and ability to illustrate complex subjects with simple, everyday examples allows Matt to deliver powerful messages that resonate with audiences across the board. Learn more

what people are saying

"I really enjoyed it and am amazed at how easy it is to apply--how the physiology of change can be manipulated at no real cost!"

Tammy h.

blue sky thinking

"Matt’s knowledge of the material is phenomenal – he was able to answer all our questions and show us how this would apply at an individual, team and business level for our company, specifically."

Amy m.

tempur sealy international

Matt shared conceptual and practical information about the nature of innovation and how to create innovative work environments for our association members. He was engaging and delivered the information in a way that was easy-to-understand and apply."

Executive at 

the ADCC

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