As thought leaders, educators and changemakers, we share the common challenge of reinventing how we normally communicate and adapt to this new 'low touch' economy. Given that, the world needs communicators to rethink communications as we know it and make it truly meaningful. In this webinar, join us to learn how you can start communicating differently in a human-centered digital way, rather than just doing video conference call and also amplify your thought leadership, messages, stories, and values with impact.
With Gnowbe, leaders are seeing results
- 8-10 x higher completion rates than traditional online learning platforms
- 75% of their learners applying their learning on-the-job confidently
- 30% improvement in sales behaviors of distributed teams at 84% of the training cost
Shift to a new way of thinking about communications in our era of rapid change. Join us for a free webinar.
Date and Timing
North America: July 15, 2020, 9:00 AM EST
UK/Europe: July 15, 2020, 1:00 PM GMT (+0:00)
Asia: July 15, 2020, 9:00 PM SGT
Meet The Speaker
Liz Ortiguera is a global executive with over 25 years of experience across multiple industries (Travel, Tech, Education, Financial Services and Pharmaceuticals) and multiple functions (Strategy, R&D, Marketing, Product Development, Partnerships and General Management). After an initial career in the pharma industry as a scientist/engineer, she embarked on an 18 year career with American Express in Asia working in three divisions. For 10 years she was the General Manager for Amex’s Travel Partner Network across 28 countries in Asia-Pacific. She transitioned from MNC to start-up life four years ago after completing a Stanford Sr Executive Program focussed on entrepreneurship and innovation. In the past four years, she has worked with several startups (technology, travel and education-related) and recently launched her own social enterprise to educate students and corporates on social impact. In her personal life, Liz has been a continual advocate of education as a poverty alleviation strategy working with NGOs in Cambodia, the Philippines, and now regionally with the PATA Foundation. Liz is an alumni of Stanford University Graduate Business School, Columbia University Graduate Business School and holds dual bachelor's degrees from New York University and The Cooper Union in New York.