These events checked all of the ILTA boxes: access to information, relevance of information, meaningful connections, diversity, and resources. Plus, they were just plain fun!
Attendees spent the day with ILTA peers practicing ways to make their case with creative communication strategies and simplified forms of innovation methodology.
Attendees were inspired to conquer and lead the way through problem-solving, giving feedback, receiving feedback, and “unreasonable” requests.
Attendees enjoyed an innovation-focused, collaborative day with peers practicing key skills designed to advance their careers and foster out-of-the-box thinking.
A lot of other people have the same innovation problems as I do. I think ILTAVATION has actionable items that I can bring back to work-- I'm having a call tomorrow.
People here are totally engaged. I see validity in small group meetings like this; smaller groups within big. And more men will need to get involved: we can't live in a vacuum.
We have a meeting tomorrow... I’m going to go in and not follow the whole mold.
Race to be the first, to be the second. Most firms won’t innovate or act until they know it will work. That isn’t innovation.
You’re a woman, and your emotion is your superpower. Use it to your advantage and not your disadvantage. Be mindful. Be the swan.
Before you can think about a measure, you have to understand your outcome. Do not overlook something as simple as a net-promoter score.