Speaker, author and resilience advisor, Madelyn Blair, will be sharing her experience and wisdom in November 2018, presenting on “A203: Optimizing Collaborative Intelligence in Your Organization” at the management conference, KHMWorld 2018.
JEFFERSON, MD, September 19, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — The ability to manage effectively can be the difference between failure and optimal performance for an organization. The good news is, effective tried-and-true methods have been developed for those willing to take the time to learn and apply them. Leading the way in this area is senior management consultant, author on the subject, and seasoned public speaker Madelyn Blair. In exciting news for those wishing to improve their effectiveness in the management sphere, Blair recently announced she will be presenting as part of a panel of leading experts on “A203: Optimizing Collaborative Intelligence in Your Organization” at the Knowledge Management and Enterprise Solutions Conference KMWorld 2018, to be held in Washington DC on November 7th , 2018. This annual event is the leading conference on KM and attracts the thought leaders in the subject from around the world. The enthusiasm surrounding the topic and her presentation is high.
“Collaborative Intelligence is the key to unlocking the true power of KM,” commented Blair. “My talk will focus on the experiences of my clients in using the techniques that build and sustain collaborative intelligence.”
Blair is the author of several popular management-focused books, including “Riding the Current: How to Deal With the Daily Deluge of Data” and “Essays in Two Voices”.
Her mission is to help develop more resilient leaders. In fact, “resilient” is a word that appears in a professional context all throughout Dr. Blair’s work and website. On the latter, she states: “What I like about this root meaning of the word is that it implies a lot more initiative from the person who is being resilient than merely bouncing back. To me, a bounce is something that implies a helpful force – like the spring from a trampoline. Jumping or leaping or dancing implies that the resilient individual supplies all the effort and decision making to do so.”
This concept is the driving force behind Madelyn Blair’s professional (and personal) life, having guided her through a vast and esteemed career. Dr. Blair worked as a Division Chief in customer services at the World Bank, plus she has the distinction of having worked not only with NASA, but also Merck, NIH, Brookings Institute, and many more. She is currently a faculty member at Columbia University.
For more information be sure to visit https://www.madelynblair.com.
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