Are you a small business owner? Nonprofit leader? Visionary? Entrepreneur? Maker? Problem solver? Person with an idea? Do you aspire to change your local community, or even the world? Do you have a product, idea, business, or technology innovation you want to grow? Are you looking to connect with others, gain valuable resources, and learn new skills in an accessible and low-pressure setting? If you answered yes to any of these questions, ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation (E+I) Community Workshops may be for you!
Workshop Presenter: Dr. Elissa Adame
DESCRIPTION: In this workshop, I will cover how small tweaks in talk can lead to big changes in our organizations. Specifically, I will talk about how the words we use during feedback sessions are important in cultivating hard working employees who value challenges and strive for constant improvement. This research has changed the way I speak to others, and has improved the quality of work I see from others. I am so excited to share this research and workshop with you.
BIO: Dr. Elissa Adame is an assistant research professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University. Dr. Adame studies leadership and organizational learning. Specifically, her research focuses on how a leader's small changes in messaging (e.g., feedback, stories) can lead to big organizational changes when the messages are linked and amplified over time.
Snacks and refreshments provided! Bring a friend and learn about the entire series. Want more information? Please reach out to Collin Perryman: firstname.lastname@example.org