The world today is nothing that we have seen before. Companies are navigating the uncertainty and ambiguity with the future of work and the future of their company. In the pursuit of solutions to this new way of working and to help leaders move their organizations forward, the design thinking process can be an incredibly useful tool. Jodi Brandstetter and Amanda Hopper will present a free, interactive webinar on Tuesday, July 7th. This webinar will help participants:
In this webinar, hosted by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, groups will explore design thinking methods including questioning, brainstorming and prototyping. Jodi and Amanda will utilize breakout rooms to facilitate discussion and polling to help find solutions. Participants will apply the methods learned to real-world scenarios that organizations are facing right now. Finally, Jodi and Amanda will provide practical resources that participants can use in their personal and professional lives.
This webinar is for anyone looking for new ways to improve their personal and company processes. This can help people who are in career transition or simply desire new tools for making business decisions.
The two presenters, Jodi and Amanda, have diverse perspectives on the design thinking method. Jodi, the chief Talent Strategist for Lean Effective Talent Strategies provides over 17 years in talent acquisition. She has knowledge in both developing a strong recruitment strategy and building relationships with leadership to ensure the hiring process is compliant with laws and regulations. Amanda, founder and director of Stormcells Incorporated, is a librarian by trade but recently left the library sector to work full-time with Stormcells. Stormcells is a nonprofit organization with the mission of supporting nonprofits and small businesses through creative problem solving.
When asking Amanda and Jodi why they utilize design thinking, they said:
“Design Thinking gives us a way to find out of the box or creative solutions to today’s challenges. I love using this method to bring teams together to develop products, services and experiences that are human focused and provide a return on investment for their company” - Jodi Brandstetter.
“Human-Centered Design, and Design Thinking, are ways to put empathy into action. I love placing people at the center of the equation and finding creative ways to help them solve problems!” - Amanda Hopper.
This short webinar will be fun, engaging, and thought-provoking. It also fulfills SHRM and HRCI Credits! Please register through the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce website.
We hope to see you there.