Feb 2014
Hilton Arlington Hotel

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Don’t miss Kupe’s Keynote presentation Don’t Hesitate…Take Risks to Innovate on Tuesday at 3:45:

Everyone wants to innovate…right? Innovation is the creation of something new through the use of imagination. Of course we all want to innovate. So why don’t you see innovation taking place more often? To innovate you have to be willing to leave your comfort zone. You have to be willing to take chances and fail more than succeed. Innovation requires behavior changes. To change you have to take some risks. It is easy to say we want to innovate, but when it comes down to walking the walk it is not so easy. It’s actually a little scary.

In this session Kupe will get you ready to accept all the great ideas you are learning during the conference so you can innovate in your career. Be ready to begin working on your action plan. A few of you will get the chance to feel what it’s like to take risks. Getting comfortable with that feeling will allow you to take more risks and make innovation a habit.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn why people resist change, therefore do not improve
  • Discuss a simple tool to get help from others during times of innovation
  • Learn how using improvisation techniques open you up for innovation

About Kaley Abernathy

Kaley Abernathy, serves as Director of Marketing, B2T Training, and is responsible for overall marketing strategy, branding and communication of B2T’s offerings and development efforts. She oversees all website development, social media relations, event management and media relations. Kaley was B2T Training's first employee as a Marketing Assistant in college and has loved watching the company become the success story it is today. With over 14 years’ experience working in the marketing, advertising, development and training industries, she brings a diverse background to B2T Training. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Communications and is an avid lover of french bulldogs.

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