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One of the driving themes for 2013 and 2014 is customer experience. The imperative comes through loud and clear in the vision and values of many modern organisations. As the customer facing teams develop skills around delivering a great customer experience so they increasingly expect that same experience delivery from their internal IT service providers.
Understanding the art of Intellectual Influence enables IT professionals:
• To secure the budget funding they need for CX and other growth projects, to keep their internal customers happy; and
• To enhance their personal brand and reputation, for career growth and success.
Dr Mark Strom says “ There are three things that make and keep a reputation: Competence: We have to know and be able to do what anyone else in our field should know and be able to do; Integrity: We need to be trustworthy; and Brilliance: Not IQ, but the ability to shine in what we do, to bring to our work and customers our distinctive imagination, voice, heart, craft and community.”
In this keynote Jennie Vickers will introduce you to the art of intellectual influence and how you can develop your brilliance and your reputation.
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