Thousands of procurement executives, experts, and thought leaders from across the world are coming together to experience the world's most advanced and forward-thinking industry event for procurement practitioners. The SIG Global Executive Summit will be a digital state-of-the-art experience that immerses you in the industry trends, best practices, innovations, and solutions that are shaping high-performance teams and best-in-class procurement organizations.
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Speaker: Greg Anderson and Josh Brammer
Session Date & Time: Wednesday, October 14 at 2:30 PM EST
Keynote Topic: The Power of Storytelling
Theme: Your Next Digital Adventure
Save time and conquer chaos with a clear message
As a Procurement leader, you tell stories every day. But telling a clear story that moves people to action isn’t easy. What do you need the most today? A communication framework that gets results. In this session, you’ll learn how to put the power of storytelling to work for you to save time and make a larger impact in your organization.
You are challenged to win stakeholder support with stories. You are tasked with driving supplier innovation with stories about the future. And you are turning data into stories for your leadership team. Now – more than ever – your organization needs to know your story and how you can support business growth, recovery, and transformation.
That’s why we are bringing in Josh Brammer, a storytelling expert and marketing coach who has spent the last decade using stories to grow hundreds of brands. He’ll help you improve your communication through the power of clear stories.
Leaders who communicate clearly help their teams win the day and thrive in these unique times. Don’t let marketing have all the fun! Join this session to learn:
- Tips to craft a clear message so more people take action
- How to better communicate Procurement’s expertise and potential
- Tactics to create simple and clear stories of how you can help through the organization.
- How to get your team on the same page about your organization’s message
You don’t have time to waste on communication that doesn’t work. But without a clear story, it’s easy for your message to get lost in the noise.