Please join us for the live event, “TouchPoints: Creating Powerful Leadership Connections in the Smallest of Moments.”

The information age has morphed into the “interruption” age. People are swamped with work and emails. And just when they hunker down to get something done, a colleague knocks on the door. Or the phone rings. People tend to push these interruptions aside to focus on the “real work.” But in his counterintuitive webcast, Doug Conant (the former CEO of the Campbell Soup Company) shows us how these brief interactions are the “real work” today and they will be even more so tomorrow. The secret lies in one simple, but powerful notion: The action is in the interaction.

The session will be facilitated by Louis Biggie from JHU’s Talent Management and Organization Development office. Before and after the webcast, Louis will lead a discussion that will help you apply Conant’s concepts to your own situation.

Location: East Baltimore Auditorium. 2024 E. Monument Street.  Suite 2-1002
Date:        September 25, 2014
Time:       11:30am – 2:00pm

Please bring a brown bag lunch to enjoy during the event. Registration is limited to 60 participants. Click this link to reserve your seat today.