15 Jul Great Innovation Speaker Diana Kander
DIANA KANDER is a New York Times Best-Selling Author and Great Innovation Speaker. Let Diana her you unlock your curiosity for exponential growth.
As a innovation speaker, Diana excels at pushing audiences out of their comfort zone. Captivating and powerful, your organization or group will leave feeling more empowered to innovate and create meaningful change.
Diana Kander is a New York Times Best-selling author, entrepreneur, innovation consultant, and keynote speaker who asks some big questions. What causes big, household brands to lose relevance with their customers and go out of business? Can organizational decline be prevented? What kind of culture needs to exist in an organization to ensure innovative ideas and practices? And how has Snoop Dogg continued to innovate decade after decade to stay relevant to the next generation?
Diana has spent her career challenging assumptions and asking thought-provoking questions. A serial entrepreneur who entered the United States as a refugee at the age of 8, she has launched and sold millions of dollars worth of products and services.
After detailing her biggest lessons learned in her first book, All In Startup, Diana started receiving requests from organizations to help their employees think more like entrepreneurs.
While working with her clients, Diana’s personal curiosity about process and culture within large companies inspired her to develop the approach outlined in her second book. The Curiosity Muscle demonstrates how a loss of curiosity hurts companies and how it can be repaired using Diana’s prescription for reconnecting with customers.
Diana has truly cracked the code on how Curiosity can serve as the catalyst for exponential growth and she thrives on helping organizations understand that they can always get better results if they learn how to ask better questions.
Innovation Speaker Diana Kander’s Keynote Talks:
Keynote Speaker Diana Kander’s Speech Topics:
Why Curiosity is the Ultimate Competitive Advantage
This keynote explains exactly why most companies reaching the peak of their potential lose their curiosity and crash into irrelevance. From how we develop blind spots about our business, to the pitfalls of feeling like an expert, this thought-provoking, engaging program reveals the smokescreens obscuring imminent threats to long-term viability. It walks you through specific ways to boost innovation, uncover customer needs, solve problems, create new value for customers, and increase employee engagement. Most importantly, Diana demonstrates why curiosity is your greatest asset to drive constant innovation and help your company thrive and compete on more than price alone — ultimately, future-proofing your business.
ROI & Key Outcomes:
- How you can institutionalize curiosity, ask better questions to stay competitive and relevant to your customers and drive growth
- How you can dramatically reduce the risk of new ideas and create a more innovative culture that leads to results
- How to determine pitfalls within your organization and avoid falling into the “expert trap”
Increasing the Speed of Innovation
The pace of change in today’s economy requires innovative, value-adding ideas to come from all parts of your organization – whether they are internal improvements or new sources of revenue. The way managers were traditionally trained stifles innovation and forces out-of-the-box thinkers out of the company. This interactive presentation outlines the must-have skill sets to effectively lead your employees. Diana will provide the framework for how your organization – and the people within it – can flourish in this hyper-competitive world.
ROI & Key Outcomes:
- Learn new skill sets required of the innovative leader
- Avoid common pitfalls of innovative leadership
- Create an internal culture of innovation so that every employee is a resource to the effort
How to Compete on Value Instead of Price
This presentation teaches a methodology used by both entrepreneurs and established organizations to continuously create new value for their customers. You will learn the key questions you must ask in order to uncover value-creating opportunities, as well as precisely how to ask them to effectively yield useful insights. Questions like: are you competing on price or value with your customers? If your focus is on value (which it should be), are you missing some key blind spots in your product or service? Are you measuring true data about the health of your project or just relying on vanity metrics that are concealing what’s really going on?
ROI & Key Outcomes:
- Change the way you solicit feedback from customers to make it more actionable
- Learn the key customer questions that will uncover value-creating opportunities.
- Learn detailed examples to improve curiosity, creativity and leadership skills