The #tEDchat returns!
The online meet-ups that tED magazine has hosted on its Twitter page is making a comeback on Thursday, April 11 at 1pm Eastern, noon Central time.
It is coming back because Diana Kander, innovation consultant, New York Times Best-Selling author, entrepreneur, and two-time keynote speaker at NAED Regional Conferences, has agreed to moderate the conversation. Diana will post her thoughts on innovation, but more importantly, during the #tEDchat she will challenge your assumptions that the strategies you are using are working to your advantage. As Kander’s website explains, she will “tell you when you are drinking your own Kool-Aid, poke holes in your action plan, and help you see why something isn’t working.”
Kander provided the keynote speech at the 2017 NAED Eastern Region Conference, she was asked to follow up with a keynote speech at the 2018 NAED South Central Conference. Kander was also the keynote speaker that following summer at the NAED Women In Industry event.
To participate, you will need to use your Twitter account and follow the #tEDchat during the hour-long event. When you have a question, you will need to make sure to include the #tEDchat at the end, so everyone following on social media can see it. The first 10 participants in the #tEDchat will receive a gift from Kander’s podcast, Professional AF, which focuses on essential topics for women at work.
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