Innovation as a Sustainable Competitive Advantage: How to Harness the Creative Power of a Team

The Conference Board of Canada, September 30, 2015
Recorded Webinar
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The things that most companies consider competitive advantages—technologies, processes, pricing, market penetration—usually provide only a fleeting lead. There’s always going to be someone who comes along to do it better and take your market share. Because of that, executives need to put their energy into the only truly sustainable competitive advantage: a deep well of talent who can innovate and reinvent the business to continually deliver the next great idea, cutting-edge process or strategic collaboration. But how do you build that talent pool? Keep them motivated and moving toward the same goals? How do you make sure that your teams are delivering the innovation and performance you need to compete?

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Webinar Highlights

This special 60-minute webinar with Ian McKelvie, CEO of BECAUZ, discusses strategies for building truly sustainable competitive advantage in today's fast-changing, global marketplace. Ian shows attendees how to:

  • Harness the creative power of a team that works together without friction
  • Recognize the behaviors that slow innovation and hold a team back
  • Guide teams to greater accountability, agility and creativity

About Ian

photo of Ian McKelvieIan McKelvie is an internationally recognized expert in accelerating leadership results and transforming top teams. As an in-demand business strategist and coach, Ian works with senior executives across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The company he founded and runs, BECAUZ, works with individuals, teams and organizations to facilitate breakthrough change in leadership, teamwork and organizational performance.

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