Make It Happen: Your Idea, Vision, Dream!
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
What’s stopping you from actualizing your ideas? For many of us, it’s the lack of access to power and the inability to be heard. Yet we are at a turning point: “Now that the Internet has liberated ideas to spread through networks instead of hierarchies, power is no longer determined by your status,” says Nilofer Merchant, a leading business thinker and author of The Power of Onlyness: Make Your Wild Ideas Mighty Enough to Dent the World. Join her 30-minute teleclass, where she’ll share inspirational and instructive stories and proven strategies for building and mobilizing support, so you can seize your moment of opportunity.
Join us on Tuesday,April 24th at 12:00 pm Central for this call-in event.
Dial-in information will be emailed to you after you register.
The day of the call, follow along and share your own highlights on Twitter using @TexasWomen and #txconfwomen.
NILOFER MERCHANT is a former tech executive, best-selling author on
innovation and collaboration, a TED mainstage speaker, and the recipient of the
Future Thinker Award from Thinkers 50. Merchant reveals new ways of connecting our ideas to the world, in an era when the potential to make a difference is wide-open. She began her career in business twenty five years ago as an administrative assistant, quickly rising to division leader, to a CEO, and even to a board member of a NASDAQ-traded company. She has personally launched more than one hundred products, netting eighteen billion dollars in sales, and has held executive positions everywhere, from Fortune 500 companies like Apple and Autodesk, to start-ups in the early days of the web, such as Golive, which was later bought by Adobe. Merchant’s second book, 11 Rules for Creating Value in the #SocialEra, was chosen by Fast Company as one of their “Best Business Books of 2012.” Her newest title, The Power of Onlyness: Make Your Wild Ideas Mighty Enough to Dent the World, reveals proven strategies to unleash the power of a new idea, no matter how weird or wild it may seem. Her famed TED Talk, “Got A Meeting? Take A Walk,” has been seen by nearly three million viewers.