C-Suite Talk in 3D (Data, Dollars and Decisions) | Sessions

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C-Suite Talk in 3D (Data, Dollars and Decisions)
In-Person Tuesday 06/13/2023 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Organization (Technical), People (Technical) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level
Workplace Application:
You'll leave this session with a planned 3-D approach giving you the confidence to successfully pitch your ideas to the highest level leaders in four. 

When you get a seat, can you handle the heat? It's not enough to get a seat at the C-suite table but you need to know how to handle the opportunity. Knowing the language of C-Suite involves the ability to speak in 3D--data, dollars and decisions.   Beyond having the ear of executive level leaders, you need to have a game plan. Your struggle in connecting with C-suite is over. Gain practical steps in this session to help you leverage your value proposition in making a successful pitch to your leadership. COVID-19 has created situations requiring leaders to make decisions driven to dollar-based and people-based impact. Money talks and so does big data when it comes to decisions.  There are 4Cs that are critical to your communication success at this high leader level: Credibility, Confidence, Clarity, and Connection. This session covers the 4Cs model and walks you through its application. It's time for you to nail your next C-suite conversation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the importance of data, dollars and decisions at the C-suite level.
  • Identify the do's and don'ts in talking data, dollars and decisions with high-level leaders.
  • Discover ways to incorporate data without overwhelming your audience.
  • Apply a 4C's model to strategic C-suite conversations.

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