2014 Netspeed Thought Leader Webinar Series

Categories: Leadership

2014 Thought Leader Webinar Series
5 Informative One-Hour Webinars!
Virtual Learning and Virtual Leadership: Getting Results in a Wired World
Leading others face-to-face and virtually is challenging and exciting. In 2014 we are often more distant geographically, yet more connected electronically. Collaboration must trump competition internally if organizations are to compete and thrive externally. Whether you manage one person or 20, you must lead your team authentically from the next cubicle or the next country. NetSpeed Learning Solutions has invited five acclaimed thought leaders to inspire great leadership in this wired world.
Join us at the 2014 Thought Leader Webinar Series to: 
  • Transition from competent contributor to inspired leader
  • Adapt to the virtual world and empower your team
  • Coach effectively to increase the impact and engagement of your team
  • Differentiate yourself as a leader through your choice of language
  • Channel your brain’s style to become a more effective leader


This webinar series has been designed for leaders, managers, and supervisors; human resource and training directors; and anyone responsible for transforming an organization’s business results. Join our thought leaders for five focused, engaging one-hour webinars.


April 2nd with Cynthia Clay: 

Transition to Management: The Other Side of the Desk 

May 1st with Michael Wilkinson & Richard Smith: 

Virtual Facilitation: Leading Distant Teams through a Facilitative Approach 

July 17th with Michael Bungay Stanier: 

The Four Counterintuitive Truths About Effective Coaching 

September 23rd with Libby Wagner: 

The Poetry of Persuasion: The Powerful Language of Leaders 

November 12th with Anne Warfield: 

Backyard versus Maverick Leader: How each style impacts how you lead a virtual team

Libby Wagner
Author: Libby Wagner

Libby makes her home in a lovely West Seattle neighborhood in a house with turquoise walls and an amazing view of the Puget sound and Olympic mountains. A former Air Force “brat”, she continues to bounce from one corner of the world to the other, working with Fortune 500 clients, hopeful artists and authors, and aspiring entrepreneurs. She has a Master’s in Fine Arts and Poetry from Eastern Washington University where she also began working in the Writers in the Prison program.