As a professional communicator, you are expected to be prepared for, embrace and communicate changes as they occur, sometimes with little to no running start!
In this session, Alex Dorr will help leaders understand their heightened responsibilities in delivering teams and talent that are ready for what’s next along with strategies to ensure that teams are able to quickly adapt and change and deliver on the needs of the organization to provide relevant, high-value, services in even mature markets.
This session will help you move from seeing change as a threat or massive disruption to your job and instead,
view change as an opportunity to capitalize on. After all, change is only hard for the unready.
Agenda for Friday, Oct. 20
11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Networking and Lunch
12 – 1 p.m. | Presentation
1 – 1:30 p.m. | Q&A
About the Speaker
Alex Dorr is a former professional basketball player for the Derby Trailblazers in Derby, England, holds a Master’s of Science in International Business, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration. He is a key player on Cy Wakeman’s Reality-Based Leadership Team.
Inspired by how well the simple Reality-Based techniques allowed him to step into the power he already had as an employee while, at the same time, diffusing drama and calling those he lead to greatness – Dorr began
speaking and training. Today, he is a full-time member of Cy Wakeman’s team and a Certified Facilitator handpicked by Cy to deliver the Reality-Based message, collaborating with organizations to change their mindsets and succeed in spite of the challenging circumstances they face.
As a keynote speaker, Alex’s energy fills the room and his stories around the content challenge people’s thinking and bring the philosophy to life. He’s often been told that his presentations stick around in attendees’ minds long after he speaks until eventually, the Reality-Based philosophy settles in their hearts.
Alex’s programs have received rave reviews and attendees consistently credit him for freeing their minds and ultimately changing their lives. He has worked with organizations such as Nationwide, The University of Oregon, National Association for Credit Management, Nebraska Bankers Association, Omaha Country Club, Watts Training Academy (United Kingdom), Legacy Golf Academy and Premier Volleyball Club among others.
Members | $20
Non-Members | $30
Students | $15
Note: Once paid, the registration fee for this event is non-refundable. If you register for this event and are unable to attend, a credit will be issued that can be applied toward another IABC Omaha event within one year.