Humans have the innate ability to create solutions to difficult problems. However, as the demands of the business world continue to increase in complexity, it can be difficult for employees, even the most talented ones, to keep up and remain confident in their abilities. But it doesn't have to be that way.
Watch this insightful fireside chat with Francis Cholle, at helping the C-Suite overcome complex situations by looking at human potential through an original lens.
He uses a science-based 3-step model SQUIRCLE ™ to unleash innate capabilities and skyrocket human and business performance at no cost.
In this session, we focus on problem-solving in organizational contexts, and how business leaders can support managers and key talent to navigate complex challenges.
Drawing on his extensive experience working with some of the world's top organizations, Francis share his unique perspective on:
- Why traditional approaches to problem-solving may not work in today's business environment.
- Common mistakes and misconceptions organizations make when encouraging their talent to solve complex problems.
- How leaders can support managers and key talent in developing the right attitude towards complexity.
This fireside chat is facilitated by Ken Roden, Senior Brand Director of Brand Strategy at Wiley CrossKnowledge.
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Francis Cholle is the CEO and founder of The Human Company, SQUIRCLE™ Academy and the Know Better World Foundation. As a keynote speaker, he has presented at the Davos World Economic Forum, on the TED stage, and at Wharton and Columbia graduate schools of business. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, on Fox, CBS, TechCrunch TV and BFM TV, among others. He is the author of of a Best USA book award and two best-sellers in France and the US translated in multiple languages: L’Intelligence Intuitive, The Intuitive Compass, and SQUIRCLE.
Ken Roden is Senior Director of Brand Strategy at Wiley. Ken came to Wiley in 2022 to oversee CrossKnowledge and streamline its brand positioning and market strategy. Ken’s career highlights his passion for learning technology. His experience, focused on product marketing and strategy, includes leading LMS companies such as Blackboard, Cornerstone OnDemand, and D2L.
Ken holds an M.B.A. from the University of Washington, and a B.A. in Communication from George Mason University.
I am a lifelong learner and supporter of all things digital. My 10 years of experience @ CrossKnowledge and Wiley have allowed me to learn from leading companies on how to build effective learning cultures and on how to deliver impactful learning that lasts.My passions drive me forward whether that is discovering a new podcast, aspiring to become an amateur mountaineer or figuring-out the day’s Wordle.