Philadelphia, PA, June 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Innovation strategists Chris Ertel and Lisa Kay Solomon share what it takes to design creative, collaborative problem-solving sessions using strategic conversations. Strategic conversations combine the best ideas of people with different backgrounds, which ultimately delivers breakthrough insights. Moments of Impact provides a creative process by which leaders can make good strategic choices while engaging more people with different perspectives more effectively. Learn more at http://www.summary.com/book-summaries/_/Moments-of-Impact.
Chris Ertel is a director with Deloitte Consulting LLP and the Deloitte Client Experience and Deloitte Consulting Innovation teams, with lead responsibility for designing and delivering high-stakes strategic conversations for clients and priority firm initiatives.
Chris is an innovation strategist with 17 years' experience advising to successful organizations in more than 20 industries - from high technology to consumer products, from healthcare to financial services, from professional services to education. Chris' specialty is the art and science of strategic conversation - or how to engage diverse teams of talented professionals in creative and collaborative problem-solving.
Innovation strategist Lisa Kay Solomon works with leaders to solve their high-stakes issues with new frameworks and practices. Her method helps leaders not only address today’s most vexing business challenges, but also accelerate progress on their greatest opportunities.
Lisa is a sought after advisor to many Fortune 1000 companies. In her work with such companies as ING, Andreesen Horowitz, Nestle, PBS, Toyota Financial Services, and Citrix, among others, Lisa helps executive teams bring innovation into everyday work and behaviors. She frequently keynotes at leading business schools across the country including Stanford University, University of California- Berkeley, University of Virginia, and Cornell University as well as at numerous innovation and leadership conferences.
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