GS04 Collaborative Communication: The Secret to Putting Learning into Action
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Friday, April 14
As the Learning Solutions Conference draws to a close, our attention shifts to what’s next. You’ve gained great ideas on how to enhance your learning and performance efforts and are excited to bring these ideas back to your organization. However, great ideas will only get you so far. To truly put what you’ve learned into action, you’ll need buy-in from your team, your stakeholders, and the people you support. Many a great idea has withered on the vine because it wasn’t effectively sold to those that can benefit from it.
In our closing keynote, Tanya Menon will help you discover how to showcase all your great ideas so that others will come along too. You will learn how to frame your ideas, build acceptance for them, and get others to support your ideas. Join us for an interactive closing session that will enable you and your team to put everything you’ve learned at the Learning Solutions Conference into action.
Tanya Menon is professor of management and human resources at Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University. She studies how people think about relationships, and how this affects the way they make decisions, collaborate, and lead at work. Her research has been cited in NPR, the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Times of London (UK), and the Guardian (UK). She has won multiple teaching awards and has presented keynotes all over the world. Her TED talk (go.ted.com/tanyamenon) has more than 1.8 million views and was named one of TED.com’s most popular talks of 2018.
Menon holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Harvard University and PhD from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Prior to graduate school, Menon was a research assistant in INCAE Business School in Costa Rica and an intern in Morgan Stanley’s London office.
She is currently associate editor at Management Science Journal. In 2016 she wrote Stop Spending, Start Managing: Strategies to transform wasteful habits (Harvard Business Review Press) with Dr. Leigh Thompson.